Aparthotel Wellington

Address: Chaussee de Vleurgat 154, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Bois de la Cambre and Foret de Soignes, European Union Parliament, Avenue Louise, and Musee Constantin Meunier.
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      A travel blog entry by erikandkelly on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... a local cafe for breakfast that had good ratings on yelp. It was around 10:30am so we were ready for our first Belgian beers too! We sat outside & listened to a small band play trumpet & drums. It was really relaxing & fun to just sit & listen! Breakfast was so delis; Erik had a croquet with friends eggs, cheese & ham, I had a dish called Chicon au gratin which was heavenly. Basically Gruyere cheese rolled in ham & endive (very popular here!) & ...

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      ... the CEO of Wen-Jing Holiday Tour travel agency, Jeffrey Chen to join us personally along the trip. We enjoyed a lot of extra benefits because of him, especially in terms of accommodations. The spacious hotels rooms we had along the way completely overturned the concept of small and crowded European hotel rooms that many friends passed onto us. Jeffrey was amiable, low-key and paying attention to the very details. He’s a very charismatic CEO. We hope that in the future we can travel more with ...

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      A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 10, 2014

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      ... seeing the various stages of the drawings, the ways in which comics are created (they showed the evolution from pencil and paper through the electronic tablets) and the reflections of the artists themselves. I also got to meet Lucky Luke, and while he was just a statue most likely made by a random person and not the original artist, my inner child was content to believe that it was the real Lucky Luke from the cartoon. ...

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      ... were many things without an English explanation. However, the art was still amazing to see. There was also a film at the end of exhibit that gave an in depth look at the artist's life. I also got to have a lovely coffee and pastery at a cafe after the museum and finished with a bit of shopping. I think that sums up most of our time in Brussels. On our last night we went out for a final piece of Belgium chocolate and to watch the World Cup ...

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      ... today did not disappoint. We also had a nice Belgian beer. It was very relaxing and it was nice to be outside and in a different country. With about 20 minutes prior to our train, which is normally seen as an eternity to catch a train, we headed over to our platform. Each train we had taken so far was crossing an international border, no different than today's train. However, this ...