Auberge de Jeunesse Génération Europe

Rue de l'Eléphant, 4, Brussels, 1080, Belgium | Hostel
Prices starting from $71.00

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A day in civilisation

A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad-


... make sure
that I was back at the airport with plenty of time to spare before my 9pm
flight. I needed to be there by 6pm and it was already 4pm so I wanted to make
sure that I didn’t get stuck anywhere. It was freezing walking back to the
station and had begun raining so I ducked into a chocolate store to sample some
Belgian chocolate before I left for good. At the station I grabbed Subway from
a cheerful looking guy who looked incredibly proud of himself as he ...

Hustle and Brussels - busy, busy, busy!

A travel blog entry by nansonderun


... the fountain of the little boy urinating! Of course we had to join the scores of other people and take photos. This image is everywhere.....t-shirts, postcards, bottle openers etc.

Upon arriving back to Aachen AJ and CS wandered across the road and enjoyed a very nice meal at the "last exit" Cafe!! What a way to finish off a great weekend...

Next trip on the list is Koln (Cologne) tomorrow!!

Grand Place, Manneken Piss, Tulips & Atoms!

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto


... certainly enjoyed it! We walked around for a while, and realized that we should have brought a picnic for lunch – instead, we loaded back into the car and went to the nearby Atomium, where we found a frites stall for a fast and delicious (if not exactly nutritious) late lunch.
We then went up the Atomium – built when Brussels hosted the World Expo in 1958 (the first after the war), it is an enormous model ...

Leaving Brussels

A travel blog entry by stars


... soaked in wine, and was served in a sauce with stewed apricots, prunes, carrots, zucchini, chickpeas, and peppers. This is *gas station* food in France. I finished reading Murakami's "Norwegian Wood" after dinner, then wrote down a bunch of the thoughts I'd been thinking while riding in cars on the road. It's sort of surprising how easy it is to get to France, for example, once in Europe. The only thing that convinced me I was in ...


A travel blog entry by luchenne


... is also known for its houses build in Jugendstill, the pre Art Deco period. You can buy maps or take guided walking tours. We just explored the neighborhood on our own. Around six it was time for drinks, so we headed to Café Belga in the Flagey building also known as Paquebot. Café Belga houses in an outstanding example of art-deco period architecture which resembles a huge cruise ship.


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This hostel, located in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean area of Brussels, is near Rue Antoine Dansaert, Zinneke Parade, Hotel de Bellevue, and Vieux Marche.
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