La Villa du Heysel

70 ave Jean Sobieski , Brussels, 1020 , Belgium | B&B
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A travel blog entry by sburton


We were not as fortunate with the weather as yesterday. The rain made the low 60's feel even colder. After getting prepared with our rain jackets we headed out into the streets of Brussels. Before we approached the Royal Place we saw a crowd of people. Wondering what everyone was looking at and taking pictures of we headed in that direction. It was Brussels famous statue Manneken Pis, otherwise known as the ...

Downtown and Manneken Pis

A travel blog entry by mwetzel


Last night (Friday night) we headed downtown all by ourselves! Yay, we're becoming big girls! We attempted to plan out our travel for the semester but the trains here are wayyy harder to navigate than in Germany so we have to wait for someone to help us out. On Friday our apartment internet stopped working for everything except my laptop. Our fridge is supposed to be fixed on Wednesday so ...

Need more Waffles!!

A travel blog entry by bmenke


... shop!

We spent Saturday, March 1st in a town near Brussels (i say it's near because Belgium is so small that everything is near). The medieval city of Bruges was discovered in the early 1900s. The city was left sometime in the medieval ages (1500 - 1700). It was well preserved so nearly all the buildings are still original. The city was beautiful with brick and stone buildings with large city buildings clad in gold. The city used to be a huge thriving merchant port. We ...

Bonjour/ Goode dag Brussels

A travel blog entry by helenandchris


... now every time we get on a train etc. Sadly our French is not quite up to purchasing books, and as a result, I can now read 'Percy Jackson and the lightning thief' any time I want.

We arrived at our fabulous accommodation, to a wonderful home cooked meal, and two other boys to hang out with. Needless to say the kids are delighted.


D19 - Exciting land with flavoured beerS!

A travel blog entry by travel_addict


... breathtaking during the day as well! We had lunch in front of St. Kathelineplein church. My rabbit meal was interesting - cooked with beer and tested like chicken.

The little "pee pee" statue (Manneken Pis / le Petit Julie) was surprisingly tiny! Apparently, it was a very hot touristic spot. It was interesting that they do change his outfit from time to time, and he even peed milk on Milk Day! Apart ...


This B&B, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Atomium, Musee Rene Magritte, Mini-Europe, and Notre Dame du Sablon.
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