Exe Sablon

Address: Strostraat 2 - 8, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Saint-Josse area of Brussels, is near Musee du Cinquantenaire, Albert I Royal Library, Antiekmarkt Zavel/Marche des Antiquites et du Livre du Sablon, and Senses Art Nouveau.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

We Love Bruxelles!

A travel blog entry by erikandkelly on Nov 22, 2014

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... mashed potatoes. We also had 2 Hoegaardens (local beer that we love back home) to start us off.

After breakfast we walked through a flea market that was going on right next to the cafe. It was really neat. We found out that some of the sellers were from places like Africa & Egypt, just there for the weekend. Like my mom said, their **** looked very similar to our flea market ****. LOL! We then headed to the popular attraction Grand Place which was ...

Brussels has been known as the Little Paris

A travel blog entry by jielipan on Sep 16, 2014

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... the CEO of Wen-Jing Holiday Tour travel agency, Jeffrey Chen to join us personally along the trip. We enjoyed a lot of extra benefits because of him, especially in terms of accommodations. The spacious hotels rooms we had along the way completely overturned the concept of small and crowded European hotel rooms that many friends passed onto us. Jeffrey was amiable, low-key and paying attention to the very details. He’s a very charismatic CEO. We hope that in the future we can travel more with ...

Visit to Brussels, the capital of the EU

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 16, 2014

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... one of those churches that is just so unbelievably awe inspiring. This cathedral was begun in 1226 (you can pay to go into the basement and see some of the original walls that they excavated recently but we chose not to do that) and took 300 years to build. Can you imagine anyone in the U.S. today starting a building that wouldn't be finished for 300 years? The stained glass windows are a marvel and date from the 1500s. We kept looking at them and saying can you believe these ...

Mussels in Brussels (And Beer, Fries, and Waffles)

A travel blog entry by caylameinert on Feb 26, 2014

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... of our evening of bar hopping, we had a new group of Italian and German friends crawling from bar to bar with us. Of course the American guys drifted towards to group of German girls (who they were lucky spoke English), whereas the Italian boys us girls managed to befriend, did not... The night consisted of us speaking in phrases using tons of hand gestures and repeating the words "bellissma" and "ubriaco" over and over ...

Mussels in Brussels

A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jul 01, 2013

... a local specialty. I took advantage of the lunch time prices and enjoyed a pot of stemming mussels!

I was anxious about setting up meetings since I hadn't heard back from a lot of my contacts, so I spent the afternoon making calls. In Brussels I first encountered a language barrier challenge. Even though many people speak English in the European Union’s capitol, receptionists who answer ...