Martins Le Lido

Address: Rue de Limalsart 20, Rixensart, Brabant Wallon, 1330, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rue de Limalsart 20, Rixensart, is near Forêt des Soignes.
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Travel Blogs from Rixensart

City of Brussels and Christmas Market

A travel blog entry by amcvgood on Dec 24, 2014

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... the most delicious smell. It was similar to scalloped potatoes but so much better. It was steamy hot with bread. Later for dinner we had mussels steamed in white wine and dessert Belgium waffles. We pretty much ate our way thru Brussels since it was wet and chilly. No one was complaining.

We thought we better buy some Belgium chocolates to take home before we leave when suddenly we heard the light show in ...

The short 3 hour trip that took 5!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... well. The lock keeper checked out licence and offered to take our rubbish that was on deck as we did not see a bin. It was extremely kind of him.

Out on the river it was high but the tide was still coming in as we could see the flow on the buoys! There was some commercial traffic but not very much as we made our slow progress against the tide towards Antwerp. It turned about 2 hours later than expected so perhaps the data on the chart plotter was ...

Belgium Bloodshed

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 12, 2014

... mural of TinTin on the side of a building and a giant statue of a Smurf on a mushroom! Next, we saw the infamous Mannekin Pis statue which, for those of you who don't know, is essentially a statue of a little boy peeing. I was a bit surprised at how small it was because I was fairly sure I'd seen a chocolate replica twice the size of it up the street. Once again, our extremely knowledgable guide let us know that it was to be considered pornographic material if ...

Goodnight, and joy be with you all

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 01, 2014


... the last six months, I’ve known that Friday was going to happen. It’s not like the end of my contract was a huge surprise to anybody – I wasn’t fired, I wasn’t demoted, and things just came to their natural conclusion. Sure, some people were offered temporary contracts in other divisions, but I knew that my division doesn’t currently have the means to hire somebody, and even if they did, I have to go back to finish ...

Brussels Blitz

A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 20, 2013

7 photos

... both at a time when the city was fully ringed by a most and a done wall. It also explained some important history of the city and the square. For example, in 1695, a French siege destroyed 4000 mostly wooden buildings but missed the dominating gothic tower of the city hall building. The city and building owners, mostly business groups and trade guilds built them back stronger and in stone. Then we began walking uphill to upper town. Brussels was built on the side of a ...