Appart' Hotel

125, Blvd Adolphe Max, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Condo
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This condo, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Rue Neuve, Waterstone's, St. Gilles, and St. Jean Baptiste au Beguinage.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

From Portcullises to Parliaments to Palaces

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 20, 2014

... open to visitors today, but we did go into the Coudenberg, the underground remnants of an old palace of the counts of Brabant.

As it was our last day, we had to return to Delirium for a drink, Ben trying the Kwak beer in its traditional Kwak glass, which is supposed to, well, go “kwak” when you drink from it. Either we didn’t know how to drink correctly or it was too noisy in the bar, but we never did hear that dulcet squawk.


Visit to Brussels, the capital of the EU

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 16, 2014

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... me convert to Catholicism! Ha! Ha!

While we were in the gift shop looking at the medals, etc. Becky and Peter came in. They had been touring the church’s treasury. They had also toured the Royal Palace Gardens before coming to the church. They headed out to find a WC and we went to the treasury. Mike wanted to see it because it not only has gold and silver and lots of ancient church garments but it has the reliquaries with pieces of several saints. We wandered ...


A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

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... were there and said I would recognise them because they had a turquoise blanket and chair. Well it was La Garden Party and turquoise blankets and chairs were onsite, so I was unable to locate them. But it was fine, it was good to see Belgians relaxing on a sunny Sunday afternoon. I walked down to look at the museums with their impressive exterior then wandered down to Parc Leopold to see the European Parliament building.

Belgium ...

"Every end is a new beginning"

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 23, 2014

... in the afternoon. I like to comfort myself with the tag line of the new Fin-de-Siecle museum in Brussels - "Every end is a new beginning". With the end of my contract and my time here, I move forth to finishing my degree and hopefully finding a proper job, and with the end of my contract, a new intern moves into my room. It's the end for me, but a new beginning for her. I wish that all the charms and beauties of Belgium will reveal themselves to her.

Last night in Brussels

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 19, 2012

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We caught the train back to Brussels and were puzzled to be delayed for 1 hour because there was a passenger taken ill or something which meant we mysteriously went to a station and then went backwards towards cologne. We never did find out what had happened or why but it was quite fortuitous for us as there was a room ready at the hotel when we arrived and so we could leave our bags safely in the room while we went off to see the sights.

I had expected there to be a xmas market ...