Appart' Hotel

125, Blvd Adolphe Max, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Condo
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A travel blog entry by europe50


... were a few comic strip characters to be seen on buildings as you wandered about.

We sat on the steps of Monnaie Opera and learnt that Waterloo, where Napoleon fought in 1815, was only 12km away. (The history of this place is amazing!) We wandered through the Galeries Royales St Hubert, which is a very grand shopping centre, and admired the beautiful architecture.

We walked through the Royal Park and saw the Palace, ...

Waffles, Fries, and a Little Boy Peeing

A travel blog entry by thuang


... but my body wanted sleep.

The next day, we had a small breakfast in the hostel, visited a Chocolate factory and then had free time to explore until the bus departed at 15h00 (3:00). It was really funny because the Korean and Thai girls in my room left early to explore the Atomium. In fact, they made it back after the bus had already started to take off that they had to run to catch up (they also should thank the traffic light for turning ...

How the other half lives

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... for about 19, our places allocated by fancy printed name tags. As we took our place, our champagne glasses were cleared away (hey, I was still drinking that!) and our salad plates removed to the kitchen. This was the most elaborate place setting I'd seen in years, with several knives and forks, and three different glasses (water, white wine and red wine). To top it off, the menu - in French - was placed at each setting.

I took stock of it all for a ...

Exploring Brussels

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... a bit of a debacle because the lady serving didn’t speak English, so I hope you all get your postcards! Appreciate them when they come!

We window shopped and admired the Christmas decorations, and of course, went into a lot of chocolate shops. Joanna could eat the free samples but I was still feeling off. She also tried the infamous Belgian frites (fries) and mayo. Apparently French Fries originated in Belgian, and the Americans just confused them ...

Day Six or I'm a Traveler, Not a Tourist

A travel blog entry by katiejansen


... is truly beautiful. Something interesting about Brussels is that, more than other cities, it is a clearly modernized, with many new buildings interspersed with the old. In order to maintain some unity among the old and new, they add elements to the new construction that are meant to complement the old. Our guide referred to this as Brusselization and you can see an example in the modern building that I paired with the Cathedral.

This marked the ...


This condo, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Rue Neuve, St. Gilles, Waterstone's, and St. Jean Baptiste au Beguinage.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good