Mr Milstain

Rue de Ruysbroeck, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Visit to Brussels, the capital of the EU

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick


... and a salmon sandwich and took them up to the room. We still have olives, chips, and cherries from our World Cup picnic—and we have a bottle of red wine we bought the other day. So a picnic in the room it is.

Afterwards it was time to pack as tomorrow is an early morning. Our flight leaves at 10:40 and we need to take the 7:15 shuttle. There is so much to see in Brussels Mike and I want to return and spend more days here. There is just so much to see and so little time as they say!

Chocolate and Beer and Waffles and Frites

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... to how scholars believe it looked when he lived there based on his own paintings in which he showed his home. The house was phenomenal, a sprawling mansion with room after room of precious art--some of it Rubens' own paintings, much of it the work of his many Belgian artist friends. Dennis has always loved Rubens, so this was a special treat for him. We wandered through Antwerp's many squares, then ordered a couple of beers and snacks from ...

Ukraine is not yet dead....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... and numerous others have, so why should Ukraine be any different?

For now, I watch the news from afar. I think of my friends, and I know the ones with whom I’m still in contact aren’t afraid to speak up. They are part of the body of campers, of protestors, of demonstrators. They need support – support from all corners of their country, and from ours as well. I hope and pray that they will keep warm this night, and safe come ...

Hello Brussels

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

... people trying to get on the train. I have never seen that many people getting on a train at once, but I guess people are trying to go home after the holidays. So we got on the first train to go to Paris. The train went to gare de l'est and then we had to walk to gare du nord.

I had been to the gare du nord once before, but struggled a bit to remember where it was. There are a lot of steps to walk up, but thankfully right when we got to the steps, there were some dudes ...

Brussels Sprouts

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys


... house and eat waffles heaped with fruit and toppings! We also found many chocolate shops to sample! Manneken-Pis is an infamous tourist destination here. Sculpted in the early 1600's, and literally meaning "little boy pees", there were hoards of tourists taking photos and vying for a glimpse of the tiny statue. With little convincing, the boys eagerly posed for a photo of themselves peeing in ...

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