La Maison Rouge

10, rue Charles Ramaekers, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | Hotel

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Onward to Belgium

A travel blog entry by cleanslate


... followed by the rabbit with prunes cooked Flemish-style in local Bruges beer, with Belgian frites cooked in duck fat and served with home-made mayonnaise. It was all cooked to perfection, the rabbit (which tastes like chicken) was tender and rich. Frites (fries) aren’t one of my vices, but they were certainly very good. A very satisfactory end to a long day. Bed beckons.

Until tomorrow,



Brussels: The Beer (and Comic) Capitol of Europe

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


When our Belgian friend Bram visited us in March, we parted ways not knowing when we would see each other again. As the winter months rolled on and the reality that our time in Europe was coming to an end started setting in, we decided that we owed it to ourselves to continue optimizing our time here, squeezing in as many trips as we could and seeing as much as possible before returning stateside. So we set out to find the cheapest means possible to travel to Belgium ...

Come Hungry, Leave 5 lbs Heavier

A travel blog entry by mrush


... them in. My favorite was the andalouse, a sauce consisting of mayonnaise, tomato paste and peppers.

But you can't spend all day just eating mayo-smothered fries in a country also known for beer, chocolate and Belgian waffles.

With only one day in Brussels, I think we did a pretty good job of sampling the local fare and have saved plenty of room for more as we move on to Brugge next!


Beer, and chocolate, - did I mention CHOCOLATE?

A travel blog entry by jane.kelly


... slight near miss, PHEW!), kinder went like this.....did venture down to the toilets in the pub, (felt like a dungeon as the stairs were a tad darkish with minimum railing, and wasn't terribly steady Eddy on my feet> Hmmm, I either have LARGE feet, or the steps are small..hee, hee! It's all good, saving grace was all of a sudden "Super man” was behind me as I staggered gingerly up the dark small wee steps, (Belgium young man), saying ...


A travel blog entry by beyondtheblue


... train from Brussels and within a short space of time we were in this wonderful city. Very European, very modern yet historic and caked in a buzzing atmosphere.

We climbed the 366 steps to the top of Belfry Tower in Bruges. This may sound easy but they were 'dangerous' stone steps, curling round very tight and steep corners where you quickly run into others who are ...


This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Atomium, Musee Rene Magritte, Mini-Europe, and Notre Dame du Sablon.
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