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 Place du Musee.
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    Brussels adventure day

    A travel blog entry by miura09 on Aug 13, 2013

    4 photos

    ... bus on the actual bus. That exactly what we did. We also managed to clarify that we could go on both lines. They had two lines with different attractions and the fare enabled you to go on both. You just had to do it within 24 or 48 hours depending on how on which ticket you purchased. We purchased the 24 hour ticket. Jumped on and went straight to the Atomium. Nadzha was here when she was 5 and wanted to see the place again. It was a pity because the queue was quite long. It ...

    Paris - Brussels - Day 21

    A travel blog entry by carleyandtommy on Dec 16, 2012

    22 photos

    ... the alleyways a little before heading back to our hotel for an amazing sleep in our super soft and comfy bed, you can't judge us though for drooling a little on the extraordinary pillows provided, they were heaven compared to what we had been sleeping on for the last week.
    It's funny how a slight change of plans you get to experience the most amazing things that you would have not otherwise have, so glad we ventured out for the night. Brussels we love ...

    Late Arrival

    A travel blog entry by webpop on Nov 11, 2011

    ... a little louder, and lo and behold, a light was flicked on, and we could see a bellboy fully dressed in his uniform come down the hall to open the doors for us. We were so happy and grateful that he heard us. As we reached front reception. We look over to our right, and there were rows of mats laid out on the floor of the lobby with all the hotel staff sleeping with blankets on them. As soon as we reached the front desk, a manager popped up off his mat, ...

    Brussels Part One

    A travel blog entry by csilver on Feb 06, 2011

    We arrived in Brussels around 7 pm two nights ago. While we waited for Isabel (Andrew's family friend) Jourdan and I experienced our first coin-operated restroom. I almost refused on principle. That and free water in restaurants are two of the few things we do better in America.  Soon, Isabel arrived with her two kids, Raphael who's 23 and Sarah who's 18. It was nice to see a mom! The entire family is so incredibly sweet. They took us home and we met ...

    Brussels: Food - 10, Metro - 3.

    A travel blog entry by laurenandkaren on May 06, 2010

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... If I ever complain about anything ever again someone one punch me in the eye.
    5. It's almost bedtime and our butts still hurt. Worth it? Probably.

    That is all.

    So that wraps up Brussels, it was quick, but we managed to see it all and eat many many waffles/frites/chocolates and drink many many beers. WIN! It's off to Amsterdam tomorrow where lord only knows what sort of trouble we're going to get ourselves into!

    Until then, lovelies!

    Lauren and ...