Bremberg Hotel

Address: Bremberg 1, Haasrode, Flemish Brabant, 3053, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bremberg 1, Haasrode, is near Groot Begijnhof, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Old Market Square (Oude Markt), and Domaine provincial de Kessel-Lo.
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Travel Blogs from Haasrode


A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Jul 28, 2015

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... took it all with us. The place seemed like a bombshell, with strewn test and rubbish everywhere. Brussels Radio was still covering the concerts end over the loudspeaker and it seemed to hit us that it was all over.

So after a very long transfer back to Brussels where we intentionally missed our train to stay there we are now in a nice little hotel awaiting recouping and having some good rest. The armatures and sleeping bags they provided us were splendid but neither of ...

Au Revoir Brussels... à bientôt

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Apr 07, 2015

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... your shoes.

We return to the hotel for the penultimate time to check out of our viewless room. They very kindly pop our cases into storage for us as we head out for the final time. This time we head up Rue de Alexiens (literally up – the only hill in Brussels…) onto the wonderfully named Rue de Rollebeek towards Place du Grand Sablon. The lunchtime sunshine and inviting nature of the pavement tables at Café ...

Day 8: And There Was Table Dancing

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 05, 2014

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... across. And then we caught the smelly metro to the BELvue Museum + Couldenberg which are two museums that walk you through the history of Belgium's monarchy (that was super engaging and all that from what I could discern from it in French :p) and then the ruins of the original castle that burnt down. It was very interesting that these ruins were buried under the city square and they excavated them and entombed them in ...

From Portcullises to Parliaments to Palaces

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 20, 2014

... open to visitors today, but we did go into the Coudenberg, the underground remnants of an old palace of the counts of Brabant.

As it was our last day, we had to return to Delirium for a drink, Ben trying the Kwak beer in its traditional Kwak glass, which is supposed to, well, go “kwak” when you drink from it. Either we didn’t know how to drink correctly or it was too noisy in the bar, but we never did hear that dulcet squawk.



A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on May 01, 2014

... its more like a covered street - started in 1847 and immaculately kept. Throng of people there - we stopped by at the highly recommended MoKafe which is inside there. We also visited the centrally located Cathedral of St.Michael - a very historic building in the city centre - the King and Queen of Belgium got married here. We then walked in the rain to the Palace of Justice. Grand building overlooking the town and from there - we ...