Address: Boulevard Maurice Lemonnier 99, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Manneken Pis, Poechenellekelder, Planète Chocolat, and Notre Dame de la Chapelle.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels


A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Sep 14, 2014

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... and the city, passing a harbour and viewed several boats out on the water, one being a big cruise ship. To cross over to the city we had to go through a very impressive underground tunnel and down two lots of old looking escalators, and not suprising they were old as it was all built in 1933 but still worked very well. We took route on the the other side by following the river before crossing over to walk through the city. It resembled a little to Brussels with a Plaza and building ...


A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

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... Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest), is the capital and largest city of Belgium and the de facto capital of the European Union (EU).

Around Belgium

A travel blog entry by whereamigoing on Jul 05, 2014

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... taken a bit more time there. Thanks for the suggestion, Elise. I had some time to go to the Magritte Museum. Again, I like art museums that focus on one artist. If you're not familiar with his name, you probably still know his work. He painted the man with a bowler hat and a green apple for a head (think Thomas Crown Affair) and a bird that is painted like clouds in the sky. I never take audio guides in art museums but wished I did in this ...

Visit to Brussels, the capital of the EU

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

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... marble columns and decorations. It opened in 1847 and is considered to be Europe’s first shopping arcade. It is truly a lovely thing. Of course since the stores are very high fashion--read high cost--we didn't do anything but window shop.

Next we decided to head for the former botanical garden (the current one is outside of town and we don’t have the time to visit it). But we got side tracked by the massive St. Michel and Ste. Gudula Cathedral. In we went! ...

Chocolate and Beer and Waffles and Frites

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 28, 2014

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... at a hole-in-the-wall bistro popular with locals, and dined on some fabulous Flemish food. (We also resolved to cook the next two nights, because Euro prices in Western Europe are not friendly to our food budget. Fortunately, frites and waffles are cheap, so we knew we could always eat plenty of those.) No sense skimping on beer, though--it's a huge part of Belgium's culture, and we certainly wouldn't want to compromise our cultural ...