Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe

Rue de l'Eléphant, 4, Brussels, 1080, Belgium | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean area of Brussels, is near Place St. Gery, Rue Antoine Dansaert, Zinneke Parade, and Hotel de Bellevue.
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    My First Traveling Adventure!

    A travel blog entry by rwiegman on Feb 22, 2013

    19 photos

    I think it is safe to say, without exaggerating, that I gained 5 kilos from this weekend alone. I had to try the ice cream, chocolate, fries, beer and waffles or else it just wouldn't be the full Belgian experience...right?

    We left Friday February 22, 2013 (my half birthday!) bright and early to catch the 8:20 Megabus to Brussels. Kim, Summer and I trekked to the tram stop before the sun had risen and waited in ...

    Brussels: Waffles, beer and fancy looking stuff

    A travel blog entry by emizner on Feb 28, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... chatting with me in Spanish. Never got around to why on Earth he spoke Spanish in Brussels (a city already trilingual in French, Flemmish and English), but that was that. The sandwich was good, anyways.

    After eating, I headed down in the direction of the Grand Place, the center square in Brussels. This is when things started getting very obviously touristy. I was previously a little perplexed as to where all the stereotypical Belgian stuff ...

    Chocolate, Waffles and Beer….aka Heaven

    A travel blog entry by engagedandgone on Mar 12, 2011

    5 photos

    ... and there wasn’t too much rubbish lying around (learn from this Naples).

    The hotel staff told Drew and I it was about a 40min walk to the main tourist area and it would be best if we took the tram, but in our experience a 40 min walk for everyone else is probably only a 25min walk for us. So we head out on foot in search of some dinner. Drew and I have been playing the game 'what food do you miss from ...

    Touring Ghent and Brussels, our last day overseas

    A travel blog entry by sherrivilano on Jun 27, 2010

    30 photos

    ... shrimp dish on the next table over which makes it easy to order. We both order the shrimp scampi, as our waiter informed us, which is served on a sauce bed of red pepper coulee with the proverbial Belgian Frites (they were scrumptious) and a nice side salad. I order a Brigand 9% Strong Ale from Castle Brewery which went great with my meal and Marshall a Tongerlo Bruin which was subtle smooth brown ale. While there, we were serenaded by some sort ...

    The Mussels in Brussels: Pitfalls and Pralines

    A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Jun 12, 2009

    4 comments, 36 photos

    Now before I continue with my regularly scheduled blog, you need some background information as to how this trip came to be. Originally, I thought a trip to Brussels would be a wonderful way to celebrate my 21st birthday-between the fries, chocolate, mussels and beer, how can you go wrong? However, June 11th was Corpus Christi, a Catholic holiday (the region around Aachen has a strong Catholic presence, and thus, more religious holidays). A ...