Le Vaudeville - Chambres d'Hotes

Galerie de la Reine 11, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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Bruxelles

A travel blog entry by abryan124

15

... to strike! I had a leisurely breakfast with my Indonesia roommate and he told me again how the food isn't spicy here and is very bland. Well he can go back to Asia and I'll eat all of his food! I grabbed my last French bakery item before the train station and it is very fitting. It was pain au chocolat. Aka, chocolate bread! I think I will miss French food the most!! My stomach is use to everything and I'm use to eating the bare minimum! I met Charlotte at the train station for my ...

Farm Kid on a Foreign Metro

A travel blog entry by kgratz

1

... French (no Dutch translations here, or English for that matter). It was about 40 km to Bastogne. Along the way, we passed a number of farms, and Jennie and I would nod to each other. There were some dairy animals in pastures along the way, Holstein and Red and Whites. Mostly, there were Belgian Blue herds. There were so many of them too! They were all double-muscled (a mutated gene in the breed), and we saw some younger steers running. It was hilarious. ...

Oh Brussels, what an interesting place

A travel blog entry by akreyling

4

... hotel which did not have room either. Luckily there was a taxi outside that hotel so we took it to the Sheraton which was close to the center. They did not have room available either, we checked the crowne plaza, no room, checked the Hilton, no room, check a hostel, checked another three hotels until we found Thon Hotel. There was a janitor trying to get inside so we got in when he did and went to reception. I asked if there were rooms available and he just stared at ...

Brussels Part 2

A travel blog entry by danicasteele

7

... amazing Fish and Chips! We once again headed in for an early night and watched a movie. The next morning we spent time getting ready and headed to town with all of our things to have our last meal at Noordzee's! It is a famous seafood restaurant that you walk up to on the street. We got fish soup and some croquettes. They were both AMAZING. If we could have gotten 10 more bowls of that fish soup I think Bridget and I would have been content. We went to ...

How the other half lives

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

1

... its ruby red hue catching the candle light through the heavy crystal goblets. Upon finishing our meal, the dishes were cleared away yet again and very soon a luscious sorbet was brought forwards, the two round scoops concealing a frozen blackberry inside. The stateliness of the occasion necessitated eating the sorbet with a fork and spoon, and I savoured each bite before it melted.

Our discussion - and the meal - drawing to a close, we adjoined to ...

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