Auberge Autrichienne

Address: 122 Av de Stalingrad, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Lion's Mound, Panarama & Visitor's Center, Place du Jeu de Balle, Quartier Marolles, and Flea Market at Jeu de Balle.
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    Atomium disaster, turned free

    A travel blog entry by anlnewby on May 21, 2015

    ... by a more long lasting steel. The first part is up an elevator, which goes about 130m vertical in 22 secs. Following this you are meant to go back down and then use the stairs to see the other exhibits. But, that was not meant to be the case for us as the elevator broke down while we were up on the top viewing platform. The view from the top was very cool, however,it was frustrating that there was no communication regarding the break down ...

    Waffles, Fries, Chocolate...Belgium

    A travel blog entry by rachplume on Feb 28, 2015

    4 comments, 63 photos

    ... half the height of the CN tower and was out of the way of Brussels city center, so the views did not show much.

    The highlight of our trip was undoubtedly the afternoon trip to Bruges. It was a 12euro round trip train ride (I know, right) which got us to the amazing city in an hour. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for good reason. With it's canals and port location it was once seen as the chief commercial center of the ...

    Days One and Two - Paris to Brussels to Bruges

    A travel blog entry by aidsyford on Dec 19, 2014

    ... central cathedral had iron moose statues in front. The city is built on a hill, and is made up of small winding cobblestone streets. Everywhere is decorated for Christmas, with lights, and large decorative balls hanging from storefronts. On the way to dinner we passed through the Grand Place, which is an immense square surrounded by absolutely gorgeous buildings from the 1400s I think. Every hour a scheduled light show ...

    Drooling excessively in the land of waffles

    A travel blog entry by w14 on Aug 20, 2014

    40 photos

    ... far; but hey only for 2 nights so we can do it … - and we did … just.

    So with Gerty parked at the campsite we trekked off to the bus stop (about 3 countries away) for the bus/metro trip to Brussels. We got out of the metro station at the EU headquarters … hmmm, interesting but not impressive and then went into the centre (or centrum as it’s called in nearly all European cities) of the city. After a feed ...

    Brussels Part 1

    A travel blog entry by danicasteele on Jan 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... we had a bit of trouble finding our hostel. A very nice lady ended up trying to help, only to have an elderly couple walking their dogs walk us right up to the door and make sure we got in safely. Parisienne's can be nice! The hostel was less than stellar. By the time we got settled in it was 00h30 and we had to catch our bus to Brussels at 6h30. The hostel was dirty and Bridget found a tissue in her bed before sleeping. ...