Heysel Laeken

Rue Stephanie 143, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | Hotel
Prices starting from $95.00

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A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick


... which was a choice of soup (we chose gazpacho) and an entreé (we chose the sea bream which came with mixed vegetables and an eggplant stack (cooked in cheese and really wonderful tasting). We shared a basket of bread and of course a bottle of house wine. Today it was a Colombard-Ugni Blanc from the Côtes de Gascogne in France. And we had a bottle of still water. This lunch was somewhat of a splurge (this is a 3 out of 4 euro rating restaurant) but we decided it is the last day of our ...


A travel blog entry by europe50


... king works, on the opposite side from the parliament. (The King lives in the Palace of Laeken, on the outskirts of Brussels.) There were a lot of large chestnut trees in the park. We completed our tour at Mont des Arts.

There was a young Aussie couple on the tour also backpacking for nine months. They were going to meet some couchsurfers in Parc du Cinquantenaire for a picnic and invited me to attend. They were unsure how ...

Ukraine is not yet dead....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... the metro to go to the only internet café we could find. To say that I have a soft spot for Kyiv would be an understatement. It started my whole love affair with all things Eastern, Slavic. It taught me that I am stronger than I think I am, that I can do things and that I can travel. If it weren’t for Kyiv, I may not have braved the 24 countries that stand between now and then. It’s not much of an exaggeration to say that, for better or for worse, I ...

Grand place, chocolate, pee's boy and waffles!

A travel blog entry by tzuyu


... Then we visited the Grand Place (Market place). It was the center of the old town and was listed as world heritage. The buildings were all so classic and fantastic. People said that it is the most beautiful square in the world and I have no doubt for it. There were many cute stores in the alleys and since it was during Christmas, there were Christmas markets everywhere. The street was full of the smell of chocolate, red wine and waffles. :) I had never bought ...

Just season it & enjoy!

A travel blog entry by karawilson


... all in flowers. Needless to say we were becoming more impressed as the day grew on.

The following day we decided to do something child friendly and our door man insisted we explore the Brussels Expo Science Center (held World Expo- 1958) Great! We saw the largest molecules! They had many interests for families of all ages from a mini Europe to an indoor/outdoor water park. What fun we had that day & how relax everyone was- (we chose ...


This hotel, located on Rue Stephanie 143, Brussels, is near Atomium, Musee Rene Magritte, Notre Dame du Sablon, and Heysel Exhibition Park.
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