Kasteel Gravenhof

Alsembergsesteenweg 676, Beersel, Flemish Brabant Province, Flanders, 1563, Belgium | Castle
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This castle, located in the Uccle area of Beersel, is near Horta Museum (Musee Horta), Musée David et Alice van Buuren, Contretype, and Church of Ste. Trinite.
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    Brussels

    A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... saw us walking through what we now know is the Red Light District (the ladies in the windows gave that away) and the area which I believe the direct translation in Dutch is Little Turkey (I made that up) Ps: if you need a rug or a Turkish coffee pot I can hook you up with a guy. What we did discover on this walk is that the city is a mismatch of old architecture, really new architecture and some really ugly stuff. Our host Mark backed up ...

    Of white stones and glass houses

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 08, 2014

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    ... to be the arbiter of tolerance and condemn them, and yet we fail to take a good hard look at ourselves. There was nary a peep when Salt Lake hosted the Olympics, yet they are one of the states which has laws very similar to those which are now on the books in Russia.

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    My happy place

    A travel blog entry by elizaannemurray on Sep 08, 2013

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    Brussels is a miracle.

    I get off the train, reach the station exit and instantly breathe an audible sigh to be out of Spain.It is overcast but the people are cheerful. Smiling and waving at each other.

    Neoclassical architecture and bronze statutes caress the curved streets of bicycles and street front cafes.
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    Brussels Belgium

    A travel blog entry by dannyp643 on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... are a group called the Gardevils and today is Tree day. A festival that has been going on for 705 years! After a long history lesson of Brussels he tells us that he is the Chief of Tourism in Brussels and he wants us to come join him in the Parade and festival. Pretty cool! We walk the streets for a bit while tourist snap pics of them in their costumes and two random Americans ...

    From Holland to Belgium

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Jun 05, 2013

    I have been intending to write this blog for a number of days now, but a lot of things have been happening and let's just say at times our days were to big for me to have any energy to write when we finally got to bed. Amsterdam was a great experience, the architecture of Holland is stunning but very subtle. We have noticed over our time in Europe, whilst the architecture is similar in beauty and age, each culture has their own idiosyncrasies that make them unique ...