Aris Grand Place Hotel

78 Grasmarkt, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
Prices starting from $89.00
 

Travel Blogs from Brussels

Beer, Chocolate and Waffles. What's not to like?

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 03, 2014

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Brussels has quite the nightlife. Last night, I walked to the supermarket to get some waters, and was amazed by the number of sidewalk cafes and bars – all packed. As tempting as it was, I went back to the hotel in order to get a normal night of sleep. This morning, I woke up around 8:45, and after eating a waffle for breakfast, went to catch …

Good Morning, Belgium

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 02, 2014

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Landing in Brussels, there wasn't much to see. Fields, and more fields. I went through customs pretty quickly, found my suitcase (brand new and already brown and dingy) and went looking for the train. Now, I’m not much for public transportation, but I really need to learn to like it if I plan to travel Europe. However, it was very easy to …

Town day

A travel blog entry by dawnc

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... a wall reaching almost as high as I can see and we are stationary now. Most of our travel is at night, so I will see less of the riverside than I expected, but on the Rhine there is some daytime travel.

No breakfast tomorrow morning for me and plenty of walking planned for the afternoon. Our city walks are rather leisurely and even then some have requested “gentler walks” which they are getting tomorrow. Did I mention that many are from US. ...

Indifferent Capital of the EU

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi

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... cleaning up, we headed toward the Grand Place for some food. Along the way, we passed, of all places, a Chi-Chi's Tex-Mex franchise. Boy, a margarita sounds good right now. But, we're in Brussels where mussels and frites are the standard meal. Once at Grand Place, we found street after street of small restaurants all touting what appeared to be the exact same menu. There was no real way to determine which, ...

Brussels...the land of chocolate!

A travel blog entry by travandkel

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We chose this campsite as our GPS told us it was the closest to the city centre. However on Sundays, the bus outside the campsite doesn't run until midday. So we trotted off on a 20 minute walk to a bus station, with a little bit of light rain. Saw a bread vending machine on the way to the bus, just outside a bakery. How cool is that! A bread vending machine with fresh bread! The bus drivers here are very friendly, and ...

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