At Home Hotel

Address: Place Alphonse Bosch 33, Wavre, Brabant Wallon, 1300, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Place Alphonse Bosch 33, Wavre, is near Béguinages.
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    Travel Blogs from Wavre

    Go east young man

    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 11, 2014

    1 photo

    ... of Hamme-Mille, whence our proposed camping spot was signposted. Checked in about 2pm at Camping au Val Tourinnes. The camp site fee came with a cheap deal for entry to the nearby Theme Park, Walibi, and Water Park, Aqualibi. For these you have to imagine Lightwater Valley and Wet and Wild being next door to each other. After a quick bite of late lunch, we pottered of through the town of Wavre to Aqualibi. Billy ...

    Belgium

    A travel blog entry by travelhippie on Jan 04, 2014

    8 photos

    ... strange and distinct taste (even a cookie flavor) and the next day we tried some Belgium fries (to die for). We decided the next day to go back to the Grand Place (where we were last night) and explore it during the day and walk around and explore. We people watched, got some groceries, and just really enjoyed all the cute and quirky things it had to offer. We went back to our hostel cooked some pasta and garlic toast (the closest version) and had some beers ...

    Flanders fields and passendale

    A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 06, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    We woke up from our hotel in Lens and were determined to find the British cemetery in Sancourt to find Darlene's great uncle William Henry Scarlett who was killed in action October 1st 1918. We would never have found it on our own as it was in the middle of farmers' fields down a pathway of a road. However once we were there it was a beautiful cemetery so well kept with lovely flowers and a registry listing all the soldiers ...

    Day Six or I'm a Traveler, Not a Tourist

    A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Jun 26, 2012

    2 comments, 50 photos

    ... of this, everything in Brussels is written in both French and Flemish (their third official language is German), which you can see demonstrated on my Restobieres menu.

    Another interesting fact about the Grand-Place is that its centerpiece, the Hotel de Ville, is completely asymmetrical. There are fewer columns on the right than the left and the door is off-center. The original Town Hall was just the left wing of the building, but after ...

    Relaxing in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by btutterow on Jun 05, 2011

    10 photos

    ... Moroccans in Brussels (where did they all come from?!) decided to party on the steps of the big building at our stop. Traffic was a mess, there were riot police out, and the two of us stood at the bus stop with a few other innocents watching the chaos and hoping our bus would show the heck up. It never came even after waiting an extra twenty minutes, and I decided it was time to cut our losses and walk home immediately when the riot police started chasing the crowd off. I ...