Aparthotel Brussels Midi

Rue Bara 161 - 163, Anderlecht, Brussels-Capital Region, 1070, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Anderlecht area of Anderlecht, is near Cantillon Brewery, Lion's Mound, Panarama & Visitor's Center, Quartier Marolles, and Porte de Hal.
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    Travel Blogs from Anderlecht

    Moulin Rouge, Paris, FRANCE

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Oct 03, 2013

    1 photo

    We are almost at the end of our journey. Tonight will be our last night in Europe and tomorrow night we fly to Edinburgh Scotland to begin a new chapter in our lives. We plan to work and live in Scotland for three or four months before returning to Australia. It is time to start getting organised and thinking about what is to come. We spent most of the day today pottering about. We caught up on laundry and organised flights and things for the coming days. ...

    Bonjour once more Paris! FRANCE

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Oct 02, 2013

    This morning we went to the train station to get a train to Paris, however, the train was extremely expensive for some reasons so we decided to see how much the bus was. The bus was only €30 for the two of us so we decided to take the bus there instead. We had to wait around a little while before the bus would leave. When we went to find the bus stop we couldn't find it and ended up asking about six people before we finally found it. Nathan ...

    I love Belgian Beer

    A travel blog entry by ferringk on Aug 31, 2012

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... that really I didn't know existed. After checking into my hotel and taking a few hours to wander around and see all the shopping I was back at another street side cafe with Neil and a different group of brewers, importers and distributors of Belgian beers. That it where my new found love affair with Belgian beer begins! I will never look at beer the same way and I will never want to drink a Coors Light or Busch Light again! Belgians have a kind beer called Lambic, it is a ...

    Beer, Mussels, Waffles and Chocolate!

    A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire on Aug 15, 2011

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... of war cemeteries around the town and no less than 250,000 Commonwealth soldiers died in and around the ‘salient’. A similar number of Germans also died in the area and while both sides failed to gain any real advantage, it was one of the hardest fought for pieces of land in Europe. We visited a couple of the larger cemeteries, two museums and the still very much intact trenches at Hill 62. Apparently when the war ended they just ...

    Belgian Indulgence!!!

    A travel blog entry by ka_travels on Aug 27, 2010

    3 comments, 41 photos

    ... the instantaneous swap of languages locals perform so casually. One of our waitresses spoke over five languages but expressed discontentment in not knowing more!

    A small country, Belgium’s strength is in its adaptability to neighboring nations while maintaining its own identity. True of most cultures, identity is most often expressed through food and Belgium follows suit, cornering the market on an assortment of sinful ...