Charming Escape

Address: Dennenlaan 7, Steenokkerzeel, Flemish Brabant Province, Flanders, 1820, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Dennenlaan 7, Steenokkerzeel, is near Goossens.
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      Travel Blogs from Steenokkerzeel

      Amsterdam to Paris

      A travel blog entry by jeanniek on Jul 16, 2014

      ... a walking tour around the streets near our hotel. He took us down to see the Opera house also the largest department store in the world? Where we went up onto to the roof where we got a great view over the city.We came back to the hotel and decided to have dinner at the Irish Pub a block away.It was nice just to have one course for a change.then we walked back and went to bed and I slept like a ...

      Of white stones and glass houses

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... while they’re there, as I’ve had to throw my paper in with everybody else’s in all of those places. The thing about manholes lacking covers isn't a Sochi problem; it's a Russia problem. Furthermore, I know of somebody who fell down a manhole in Canada.

      Can things in Russia improve? Of course they can, and they need to. Of course there are grave problems. However, for us in the West to get high and mighty and preach to the Russians as if we are ...

      My happy place

      A travel blog entry by elizaannemurray on Sep 08, 2013

      23 photos

      ... love is! There is no passion without fighting." I respond and we giggle a little.
      They ask me if I am from New York as they were apparently hypothesising before saying hello, and I am strangely flattered that they would think me from somewhere so fabulously fashionable.

      My days to come in the city are filled with similar delightful interactions. A grandma in a cafe enjoying an afternoon beer who suggests one she thinks ...

      Brussels out the butt...

      A travel blog entry by zerah on Aug 23, 2013

      ... which platform tomorrows Thalys train leaves from. Half an hour later I walked out completely disgusted with the whole thing, no one knew anything about their own network of trains or how to reach them.
      It's also been raining all day so I'm inside keeping warm & dry. This city has nothing to offer an adventurous traveller except the previous mentioned small highlights. Maybe I've been spoilt by Bruges.
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      From Holland to Belgium

      A travel blog entry by jspence on Jun 05, 2013

      ... it seems to have a little bit of everything. The people speak French, dutch and English. We're staying in a great pedestrian zone with so many restaurants, bars and pubs. The city is busy but nothing compared to the crowds in Italy. Today, we walked to a beautiful park and saw many people chatting, reading and basking in the glorious sun - the weather is fantastic! Having an early night tonight, catching the euro star tomorrow directly to London! A big city ahead of ...