Campanile Brussels Vilvoorde

Address: Luchthavenlaan 2, Vilvoorde, Flemish Brabant, 1800, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Luchthavenlaan 2, Vilvoorde, is near Atomium, Mini-Europe, Oceade, and Eglise St-Nicolas (Church of St. Nicholas).
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      Tomorrowland; Fuck off reality!

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Jul 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and sleeping bags included. We grab a bite to eat and then head over to the other boys tents for prinks, the area Vaughn is in is BYO tent, he did not bring his own anything, he has met up with friends from his sailing trip of the Greek islands and this area would become our prinks area the next few days, the lads are:
      Vaughn - Loose unit, good bloke, bit dim, loves a laugh
      Danny - Vying for top loose position with Vaughn, they're made for each other
      Joel - Red ...

      Belgium Bloodshed

      A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 12, 2014

      ... of the town and just happens to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A couple of places within Grand Place include the town hall, which seriously took 4 decades to complete, and one of the old residences of Karl Marx himself! Our guide told us that later on in the history of Brussels, people weren't allowed to live in the centre unless they were beer brewers because they were seen as incredibly important to the city. This sounded absolutely ridiculous until ...

      A few more chocolates

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Feb 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... on randomly placed facades of wall, some cartoons are painted. We stumbled across a few - Tintin on a ladder, near the Manneken Pis. A large fat character near the Galeries St Hubert and a further cartoon nearer the station. Don't know a lot about cartoons, but they were a bit random! We wandered around a few more streets - up to the old stock exchange building of Bourse and the empty fountains at Marche aux Poissons. Here was a very lively ...

      Brussels Blitz

      A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 20, 2013

      7 photos

      ... Grote Markt in Flemmish) It was described in my research as possibly the best square in Europe, perhaps the world. It was impressive. A complete square of early, 17th century stately stone buildings, with towers, and gold, and plaques, and statues, and pointy bits. The entire square was in cobblestones and cafés, bars, and chocolate shops dominated. We windows shopped one of the world's first covered malls, just off the square, and walked town "restaurant row," ...

      Flanders fields and passendale

      A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 06, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... soldiers that could not be identified after the battle for Ieper. The story goes that 200000 bodies were buried under a thin layer of soil in 1920. A company was hired to clean up the site and were awestruck at the number of bodies found. This was the battle of Ieper (Ypres)! The actual sheer numbers of dead soldiers in the battle hit us as we walked around the cemetery. This battle was unbelievable and it was clear once again ...