La Maison Rouge

10, rue Charles Ramaekers, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Peeing statues, amazing beer and friendly French

A travel blog entry by roamingrob


... there and was continuing to do so for another week or so - impressive for a girl as hitching is a rare enough endeavour for blokes these days. While preparing dinner I chatted to Pascal from Paris, then we went out for a few beers at the cheapest place in town, the ubiquitous Irish pub.
Tuesday 14/1I discovered to my relief that I had found a host for the coming night, a local living not far out of the centre. I embarked on one of the walking routes suggested by my town map, ...

Thanksgiving, Belgian style

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


This is the first time that I've been away from my family and friends for Thanksgiving. It's a bit odd actually, as I'd completely forgotten about the holiday until I started to see pumpkins and decorative gourds for sale in the shops. Some of the chocolate shops are even manufacturing sweet pumpkins and ghosts, all sold for premium prices. Sometime after I arrived, the leaves in the parks across town turned to brilliant oranges and reds, but only in the last few days have ...

Through the New Europe - A new kind of freedom.

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


... Europeans are very rich......and some of them could we've just stopped off in Brussels.....some very new shiny buildings bearing the EU logo...the rest of it was either graffitied or looks as if the Soviets had built it...which is probably something the EU approves of.

I put a symbolic two fingers toward their glistening towers as we move on out of the station.

Paris beckons!

Our muscles in Brussels

A travel blog entry by baileyj


... able to disembark at Gare Centraal which is right downtown. On the walk to downtown, we passed a large statue of a famous Belgium celebrity- no not Jean Claude Van Damme but a smurf. I never did see a statue of Jean Claude which is quite disappointing since, really, who else came from Belgium, OK Hercule Poirot but he's not real. I know-smurfs aren't real either.
The main site to see in Brussels is Grand Place. It is a downtown square that is bordered by the ...

If Its Tuesday, It Must Be Belgium

A travel blog entry by marty387


... An unexpected treat was the Palais Royals, where we were able to tour 20 or more rooms. Also amazing, was that it was free of any entrance fee.
We continued also Rue Regence in search of # 32, Brussels main synagogue. We arrived at 1 pm, but unfortunately it is only open between 3 & 5 pm. Carolyn was disappointed, so we left in search of a cafe for lunch.
After lunch, we continued ...


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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