Heysel Laeken

Rue Stephanie 143, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

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

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... and then there is me, who was caught sneaking out of somewhere and trying to play it cool. There were the times I couldn't stand my French roommate, and then the times my Italian roommate and I rushed to tell each other our deepest, darkest secrets as if we'd known each other all our lives. Then there are the others – my landlady, the shopkeepers up the road, and the people who all seem to have fallen madly in love with me, for whatever reason, like the tall ...

Brussels, Belgium

A travel blog entry by lisandrew


... enjoyed waffles of two different types. The Brussels waffle was square and not sweet at all which is usually served with chocolate or whipped cream on top. The Liege waffle is oval with chunks of sugar in the dough that caramelize when cooked, usually eaten plain because of its sweetness. For dinner we had Stoemp which is creamy mashed potatoes loaded with vegetables and ...

Billions of Blue Blistering Barnacles....!!!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... take my time.

I went to the library today for the first time, and successfully checked out two graphic novels. The mere act of checking something out without problems nearly made me fist-pump in joy as I walked back home in the rain and drizzle. My first steps in becoming an active member of Belgian society seem to be taking off. It’s a nice feeling. I really feel for immigrants to anywhere, since to be honest, it’s really ...

My happy place

A travel blog entry by elizaannemurray


... I smile at people perhaps even more often than usual and am greeted by kindly older ladies who wave "bonjour" at me. With my limited French I enjoy the opportunity to say "Bonjour. Savah?" and I am reminded of the opening scene in the French provincial town from 'Beauty and the Beast'.

The elation.

I wander through a glass arched arcade lined with boutique chocolate shops, antiques and cafes and notice ...


A travel blog entry by nobes

... about the place. Walking around the central area again in search of a reasonably priced pint. Brussels seems to be an expensive place to live/see. Most places we looked at were 6-8 euros. After much walking we eventually decided we should just cut our losses and sit in a Brasserie overlooking the Grand Place (square). We ordered two Belgian 'blonde' lagers and I have to say, they tasted pretty bloody good, even at 8 euros each! The atmosphere in the square was strangely soothing ...


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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