Auberge Autrichienne

Address: Avenue de Stalingrad 122, 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, Flea Market at Jeu de Balle, and Quartier Marolles.
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        Final night

        A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Sep 11, 2015

        ... them!!

        But when I went to sit down at my computer to do my nightly research I realised that I had nothing to look up. There was no new town or country to research, maps to look at, Pinterest boards to fill. This made me a bit sad, and gave me an insight into what really heading home might feel like.

        It's a bit ironic really as I've been so looking forward to going back to ...

        Time to go!

        A travel blog entry by tomas.frenzel on Aug 18, 2015

        ... into the city to find Lauren who was waiting outside the tourist office. We decided the best way to see the city would be go and get lost. We walked around the I stopped for the occasional photo which Lauren and George found quite funny referring to me a typical tourist. We continued on to find a pub which served some typical Belgian beer. George ordered 6 different varieties of beer which he let me taste. Personally I ...

        Please stop setting things on fire

        A travel blog entry by kdworldtravels on Jun 24, 2015

        Dianne and I are finally reunited despite some hiccups along the way.

        Tuesday had me saying goodbye to Rotterdam and hello to Brussels. I arrived happy to know that I would soon see Dianne and we would go on to find our digs for the night. However Dianne sent me a very expensive text message (neither of us got travel packs for our phones) saying that people and flames were blocking the Chunnel and the train was returning to England...


        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 ...

        Day 39: Brussels

        A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 29, 2014

        12 photos

        ... specifically for this reason), which is the central square of Brussels. In fact, it only took a few minutes of walking before I got there. Unfortunately that was more than enough time for a pigeon to swoop me in the head, scaring the **** out of me in the process. ****er. Even though I had spent my first morning in my hotel room, I really was looking forward to seeing Brussels as I'd heard that it is quite beautiful. While that flying rat wasn't the beauty I'd envisaged, that aside ...