Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe

Address: 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 Vieux Marche.
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      A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 14, 2013

      31 photos

      ... together to resolve common issues and interests. Ideally it could be a model of how the whole planet could eventually function. The EU parliament is made up of proportional representation from each member country, 24 countries are in the EU, 500 million people. The EU motto is "Unity in Diversity" with each language and culture being maintained. The EU is composed of different parties which relate to a member's ideology ...

      A proper introduction to an amazing city

      A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 13, 2012

      ... After gazing at the menu, we were sold. We sampled the flight of local brews offered by the brewery, and sat in perfect happiness as the hoppy goodness danced over our taste buds. We didn't know what to expect from Brussels, but so far, so good. Waffles - check. Chocolate - check. Beer - check. Now what?

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      A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Jul 03, 2011

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      ... until heavier reinforcements could arrive, found themselves cut off in Bastogne, holding a vital road junction. The American general holding the town famously offered a one-word reply when asked to surrender by the Germans: "Nuts!" Though the Americans were heavily outnumbered and the Germans had the town surrounded, they held on through Christmas Day. On December 26th General Patton's tanks broke through the German siege, and after a couple of weeks ...

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      ... people from all over the world, living in a city, eating new food everyday, seeing new sights everyday, not EVER being bored (except maybe at work), meals with our energetic host family, talking in french, successfully saying what I mean to say in french, traveling on the weekends, being able to drink and go to bars, our ISA dinner parties and movie nights, getting sandwiches from a shop called the Lasagnaria (they are ...

      Silver lining, maybe?

      A travel blog entry by jennap480 on Dec 23, 2009


      ... was beautiful and quiet. i could see a perfect view of the christmas market in the city, which i had managed to miss both days while in town, and i was so glad to be nowhere near it. more and more i am disposed to generally not liking being surrounded by tourists. its just crowded and loud and you meet no one interesting and no one is there to learn, just to see something and then move on to the next thing on their list. im not like that. this trip ...