Mr Milstain

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

Day 39: Belgian and the Chunnel!

A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 05, 2014

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... hostel and got our rooms and latex down to relax for a bit. Sara and Pat decided to stay in while me and David went looking for dinner. after wondering around for about 2 hours we bought dinner at "le chat noir" or the black cat. Also during our travel we saw many Crazy fans because of the Belgium football match, apparently had big tv ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 16, 2014

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... I had to focus on the unknown future. I was scared at first but all 6 on the tour were solo travelers so I just have to constantly put myself out there and break out of my comfort zone. At first, I was sad about leaving France but Brussels definitely has made up for it! Brussels has a very small town feel for a big city and has many great things to try! Memorable quote: Ah mate these are Incredibly morish. (Morish means you want more) - English/Belgian tour guide Tomorrow: Bruges! And more ...

Brussels on a Sunday

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 04, 2014

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... 6 Belgium beers later we are now serving behind the bar! That's good Aussie smarts at work. Speaking of Aussie smarts, just around the corner wedged between the trillion chocolate shops is the Australian Ice cream shop going gang busters, staff fitted out with Aussie made kanga caps and shirts - not a bad effort getting the ice cream all the way from oz! I asked them where in Australia the ice cream came from, reply in very poor English was - it's just a marketing ...

Waffles, Fries, and a Little Boy Peeing

A travel blog entry by thuang on Feb 24, 2014

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... events and activities for international students around the world. The trip lasted for two days and only costed students €70. It included the bus rides, some meals, the hostel, and visits to a chocolate factory and beer brewery. I met some old friends and many new ones from Italy, Spain, Thailand, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, France and Belgium. This is one of the greatest blessings I enjoy from traveling-meeting unique and diverse people ...

Brussels Sprouts

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jul 22, 2013

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... Smurfs or Tintin? We saw them across the city and although neither boys were big fans, growing up a fan of the Smurfs, I was excited to see them in chocolate shops, on top of buildings, and in museums!

Our trip to Brussels was short but sweet and we were looking forward to traveling the half hour to Ghent which according to the internet was the city most Belgians recommend tourists visit.