Kasteel Gravenhof

Address: 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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      Travel Blogs from Beersel

      Farewell to the Chambers family

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 06, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... they all fell out. During the war years he tried to keep Belgium neutral at first saying he would not join the Germans the Kaiser asked him twice but he refused. Then when the war started he rallied his people to their best effort. His country was ravaged by war but the Royal family came through it and he pushed for reparation from Germany. He was hailed as a hero in America for setting little Belgium against the might ...


      A travel blog entry by steph_james on Apr 21, 2014

      5 photos

      Took the high speed train from Amsterdam to Brussels this morning. The trip took two hours - James clocked the speed of the train at 300km/hr! We were very pleased with our hotel here. Great location and nice room (and cheap). Had lunch at a sidewalk cafe. We are finding the serving staff much more relaxed here than we are used to (it can ...

      "The (months) shall run like rabbits..."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 01, 2014


      ... like my French wasn’t up to the task of going on a date with somebody and a subsequent discussion on art, architecture, and archives. Working in an English environment, I don’t feel as if my French has improved that much, and I am also cognizant of the fact that I didn’t do as much as I could have to improve it. However, being here has given me the confidence to at least open my mouth, something that was soundly beaten out of me in university ...

      There but for the grace of God...

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 30, 2013

      1 comment

      ... who matter to us. Have we all done what we wanted to do in life? Do we tell the people who matter to us about it often enough? What if that had been me, or somebody I know and love? It would have been just awful, and I don't even want to think about it. It touches at some sort of primordial, visceral panic, where I'm completely helpless and my life and fate is not in my own hands. Travel is safe, and they say that air travel is incredible safe. The ...

      The Only Way to get an Answer is to Knock

      A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jul 02, 2013

      ... presenting myself at a random organization terrified me. But, I realized that I was only here for a short time and I was going to conquer my fear to make sure that I left the city with a sense of accomplishment. Though this technique was not 100% successful due to difficulty locating certain buildings, I was able to meet with two different organizations. The first, the European Patient’s Forum helped me by arranging a meeting for the next ...