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Boulevard Jamar, 21-23, Saint-Gilles, Brussels-Capital Region, 1060, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Anderlecht area of Saint-Gilles, is near Cantillon Brewery, Lion's Mound, Panarama & Visitor's Center, Quartier Marolles, and Flea Market at Jeu de Balle.
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    It's time to let the bird fly...

    A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jun 30, 2013

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    ... nearest food place on the map was a local tip that recommended "Squatter Food: On a Sunday night, there's not much to do in Brussels. So go and support an alternative movement fighting for affordable housing prices in Brussels...If you want to hear a critical view on our city, go here on Sunday evening (19:00) when a delicious vegetarian meal is served." As I wandered around the nearby streets, I kept thinking that I should go check this ...

    Trip to Ghent

    A travel blog entry by maustravels on May 09, 2013

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    ... and Wouter had an Augistiner.we then took at ram back to the train and came back to Brussels. We had some nice rose and snacks at the apt. And then went to a Pizzaria near Claire's but unfortunately it was closed. So then we went to really cute restaurant on Rue Haut called La Folie and had Steak and frites and pasta at 11:00 pm. Wouter and I walked home which took only 20 minutes and felt good after the late dinner. All in all a great ...

    Moules et frites

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 07, 2012

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    The final train arrived at Brussel's Gare de Nord at a little to ten in the evening. Conveniently located both close to the station and within the city centre, we easily found our way to the hotel, and set straight off to find that dinner we should have had a few hours earlier. The main street had quite a few eateries, few of which were open, but just a few steps away from the broad boulevard lies the historic centre, filled with winding and narrow ...


    A travel blog entry by nick_collins8 on Jul 30, 2011

    ... is the most famous thing in Brussels. Its this tiny little fountain in a wall of a little kid *******. I think what makes it so interesting is the story behind it. Well, stories I should say. For those that have been to Brussels will probably know this, but there are a few myths as to why it was so important to have a little kid *******. Apparently a little kid got lost and his father said he would make a statue of whatever he found him doing. ANother was that he had to put out a fire, ...

    In search of a White Christmas

    A travel blog entry by mlbalmeo on Dec 19, 2010

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    ... open but a bakery, and we're too intimidated by how many people are inside to go in and make an attempt to purchase something in French so bad it's not even French.

    We come back home, build a fire and then sleep. And sleep. And sleep. Way longer than we had hoped to, which makes the day fly by, and has put us in the position of being wide awake at 11 p.m. I suppose we'll try that time zone adjustment thing tomorrow.