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

Being a lost tourist

A travel blog entry by wickedsanity on Sep 29, 2014

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... is cold, but you feel like it's ridiculously humid and hot outside. You take off your jacket, and you're like "no, this is a bad idea" and proceeds to put your jacket on. It's a cruel vortex. I'm dying of heat inside, but yet still too cold to take my **********. I was invited to this deaf gathering event that night. Less than 10 guests came. Everybody were exclaimed that I am from Canada and I speak English. They all greeted with a cheek kiss. ...

Day 9: Tomorrowland day 2

A travel blog entry by sarshabaker on Jul 26, 2014

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... stage. It was a cool set and everyone had good space to dance around, the played their radio bangers and everyone bounced and sang along. Next up on this 2nd biggest stage was Laidback Luke from Holland. We stayed up front for a hour or so of his dance set, crowd here was casual and everyone had good space. Martian Solveg was up after but Netsky on main stage was priority so it was time to mission it. We then headed across the festival to main stage ...

The Curse of the Gypsy Blood

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 21, 2014

... Flamborough, substituting a passion for the Charleston with a passion for gypsy jazz.

This brings me then to the third aspect of gypsy jazz, and that’s hot club. Cue the images of 1930s musicians and dancers, and of a carefree – or devil-may-care – lifestyle. It’s fun, it’s exciting, and it makes you want to get up and dance. The second performance that I went to was on Saturday night in a little venue in the St ...

Goodbye Ireland, Hello Belgium!!

A travel blog entry by stazz on Sep 21, 2013

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Today is the day i leave Ireland and head to the land of beer and chocolate (Belgium)!! I traveled through Ryanair from Dublin to Brussels. Getting to my hostel was such a pain. The most expensive traveling day i've had yet. My flight was 104euro. Then i had to take a bus that was 17euro to a bus station pretty far from my hostel. Instead of walking 30-45 mins and get lost i got a cab for 10euro....so all together that is ...

Cry me a chocolate river

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 01, 2013

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... bronzed ******* boy can be found on t-shirts, mugs, caps and keyrings, in small and large figurines and also as an edible chocolate. Not sure what to make of this at all - but it is very strange!

The Belgians all seem to like figurines as well - and not just the ceramic sort - they seem to be right into Smurfs and Mickey Mouse and Pokémon. I tried to find a Belgian Smurf for Connor, but ...