Martin's Klooster Hotel

Onze Lieve Vrouwstraat 18, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Onze Lieve Vrouwstraat 18, Leuven, is near Groot Begijnhof, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Old Market Square (Oude Markt), and Great Market Square (Grote Markt).
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    A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 06, 2013

    14 photos

    ... which I'm still not sure what it is. It was a purple spread stuff but it was tasty and good in natural yoghurt. Both items are made locally and I do like to support the local economy as much as I can (excluding when I eat in McDonalds!).

    II wasn't due to check into the next B&B until 2pm and I didn't have anything planned. I did think I would go to a local castle but by the time I got there I was feeling a bit tired so I got the pillow out ...

    Brrrugge to Brrrussels..chilly as..Brrrr

    A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 30, 2012

    33 photos

    ... workers in "huge" winter coats, chainsaws and a lot of vodka I'm thinking..The sculptures bring a magical world of snow, ice and light Over 300 tonnes of ice and 400 tonnes of snow are cut, shaped, carved and polished into amazingly detailed figures inspired by Harry Potter.The sheer size of them is amazing, the details and imagination amazing.. for the kid in us could sit at the "ice table" lay on the "pelt covered" bed or slide down the "castle ...

    Belgium: In three parts..

    A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011


    ... and they walk about in groups as they are very family and community orientated, which we did notice in Antwerp. One thing I found a bit strange though was that at around the hours of 11pm to 12am we could hear them talking out on the streets gathered in their little groups, but the children were all still up as well (babies and toddlers included). Then again, Europeans do stay up late. Their nights often don't begin till after 9pm when they are having dinner. This ...

    Lost in Leuven

    A travel blog entry by amattucci on May 25, 2011


    ... they would lead me to civilization. And they did! I ran into the Leuven Institute's dining hall looking like a disheveled mess. Not until I sat down did I realize that my ankles were gushing blood. Yeah those shoes were not made for walking along cobblestone pathways. Those blisters are here to stay.

    Lost, Round Two
    The sad part about this story is that it was the same day as the first and it happened all because Frank wanted a liter of Coca Cola Light. We attempted to ...

    Of Brussels and Bruges

    A travel blog entry by tomfonder on Nov 29, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... Place. After some considerable setbacks exploring various backstreets and alleyways - and more than a little navigation trouble - we finally pointed ourselves in the right direction, emerging amidst the thick of the crowds into what is considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. Without knowing much, if anything at all, on the matter of beautiful European squares, I feel inclined to agree with the sentiment. The Grand Place is nothing short of ...