Martins Le Lido

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Martins Le Lido Rixensart

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Travel Blogs from Rixensart

Another fright in a lock!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... of old with no shops, just 3 smart looking restaurants, a Sherman firefly tank and a statue of a bargee and his wife. There were one or two interesting buildings and one had a dark past of things that the Gestapo did during the war making it a place of interrogations. For shops and supermarkets visitors and locals alike had to go to the river ferry and cross to the town of Boom. We were OK so didn’t need to go.
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All Aboard!

A travel blog entry by thelabelmaker on May 18, 2014

... had a tv on the back of the chair in front of me and a young good looking Italian man beside me. I was not nervous anymore, but I soon realized that long flights make me nauseous! Great! After my ticket was rerouted 5 times, my flight was delayed a week, my flight connected 4 different times, and my plane rides taking a total of about 23 hours I eventually made it to Banjul, The Gambia. ...

"Christmas time is here...."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 02, 2013

2 comments

... best chocolate milk I’ve ever had). Since the market had just opened and it was a Saturday night, it was wall-to-wall people, and we had to form a conga line of two and cha-cha through the crowds, running over slower-moving mortals and their shorter offspring as we went. As we exited the Place and into the surrounding streets, we noticed more coloured light installations, and kept wandering under them until we reached La Bourse, and then Grand Place. The light ...

Bottoms Up!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 11, 2013

1 comment

... I swerved left, I swerved right, but managed to get my balance and started peddling. During those first few meters, I must have felt very much as late 19th century women must have felt getting on a bicycle for the first time. I was free. I was essentially liberated from the ridiculous public transport system, and was now able to go anywhere my little legs could peddle (barring of course, my intense fear of riding on the ...

Bienvenue à Bruxelles!

A travel blog entry by iainabroad on Jul 07, 2013

16 photos

... Cinquantenaire, which looks a bit like a cross between the Arc de Triomphe and the Brandenburg Gate.
- Wondered why Brussels was chosen to be the political capital of Europe. I'm thinking all the Eurocrats came for the same reasons I did: fries, waffles, chocolate, and beer.
- Caught the last of four local trains to Paris (to avoid the 30-euro reservation fee of the high-speed line), and had the bittersweet realization that it was the last train ride of my ...