Hotel Bentley

Address: Ave Rogier 51, Schaarbeek, Brussels-Capital Region, 1030, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Schaerbeek area of Schaarbeek, is near Le Botanique, De Ultieme Hallucinatie, Autrique House, and Le Chocolatier Manon.
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Travel Blogs from Schaarbeek

5 hours in Brussels

A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Aug 02, 2014

8 photos

... who had just got married. We stopped for lunch at a small cafe overlooking the square and then walked around some of the streets. Marc enjoyed his three beers and I of course had to have Belgian waffles!

We then made our way back to the train terminal to get onto our next train to Paris. Just over an hour later, we made it to Paris around 17:30 and caught a hectic train to our hotel which is only a couple of minutes walk away from ...

Brussels

A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... circa 1700 after destruction by the French. The brewing guild was still housed there. We were told that beer had always been important in Belgium because their water had been contaminated but was safe to drink once brewed as beer.

I was surprised at how tiny Manneken Pis was, only 61 cm tall, and he was wearing a uniform - I would have preferred to see his beautiful bare bronze skin :). Brussels is the birthplace of Tintin ...

Ukraine is not yet dead....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 18, 2014

2 comments

... Ukraine was shedding off a Communist mantel and heading straight for Europe, for the future. EU flags hung from government buildings, as a show of support for accession. Students, always revolutionary, seemed chic and modern. I remember their names and faces, though I don’t talk to all of them now – Ihor, Lyuba, Katya, Tanya. My school had supported the Revolution heavily –the darlings battle-scared Yuschenko and braided Timoshenko came ...

If it's Friday it must be Belgium

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Dec 06, 2013

5 comments, 13 photos

... one of the reasons Americans do not want to give up the independence a car provides.

Cookies and sweets are everywhere. This shop was unbelievable with its high walls of cookies and chocolates. The variety of choices was hard to imagine. All of these cookie and chocolate shops really taxed our self-control. It ...

"How they brought the good news from Ghent.."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment

... 5 minutes, we were in the city centre, and it was like a whole other world. Ghent is home to the largest car-free zone in Europe (coming in at around 35 hectares, if I remember correctly). The streets are cobbled in places, and the centre is dominated by Het Gravensteen, a 12th century castle, and the Grote Vleeshuis, a medieval meat market into which a glass box has cleverly been inserted. This glass "box" houses a cafe and shop which specializes in East ...