Bruegel Youth Hostel

Address: Heilige Geeststraat 2, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Notre Dame de la Chapelle, Laeken, Antiekmarkt Zavel/Marche des Antiquites et du Livre du Sablon, and Senses Art Nouveau.
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    Flying on Land

    A travel blog entry by judy59 on Jun 15, 2013

    4 photos

    ... it is like going through everyone's backyards and even the tagging looks the same as anywhere else, they all use the same style. Then we crossed some invisible line and we were in Belgium. The home of very good chocolate, waffles, embroidery and lace and politics. Those are what it is most famous for. Our coach is luxury on wheels, almost need a ladder to get up into it, two doors etc. Our driver ...

    Belgium the beautiful

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 14, 2012

    ... on it I'll enlighten you with some interesting points. Brewed by Belgian monks, the bottle has no label, and the supply is quite limited - with the monks only brewing a few hundred bottles at a time. To acquire this beer, you must be approved and have your license plates checked at the brewery. Following this, one must call 24 hours in advance to make the pick up. After all this effort, only 24 can be purchased at a time, with the beer itself retailing at $20 a bottle. If you were ...

    Euro Land & Battles at Waterloo!

    A travel blog entry by rob-danielle on Jul 03, 2011

    15 photos

    ... and his troops fought and were defeated in 1815. We visited the farmhouse that Napoleon took over and made his home for the days of the battle. We saw his mini bed and stood beside his little statue, what a wee man he was! Rob also had a bit of a tumble and role play in the field as he reenacted his version of what went down that day!! He started to hurl apples from the orchard at me – if Napoleon had had Rob on his ...

    1st and 2nd day in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by j-ccarlson on Sep 18, 2010

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... of 2004 beers available and up to 2500 beers at times. We got there at 5:00 and found a small table and sampled as many beers as we possibly could. The menu was huge, it was the size of a large magazine. The place was packed and you had to go up to the bar and get your beers form there, so a few times we got the wrong beers, because I guess we pronounced them wrong. We stuck to drinking Belgium beers except they had a beer from the states ...


    A travel blog entry by lalasab on Jan 04, 2010

    ... presence looming over him and shook his head with a timid no.) Also, no coffee or tea, which the inaudible and unsure-about-his-public-speaking-porky- the-pigesque- pilot apologized for countless times -- along with the never-ending wait on the runway: "We wait...ninth in line...umm...I we should be leaving in really ...