Gresham Belson Hotel

Address: Avenue des Anciens Combattants 1, Evere, Brussels-Capital Region, 1140, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Evere area of Evere, is near National Museum, Memorial to the Forgotten War, Aung San Suu Kyi House, and Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue.
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      Waffle Time

      A travel blog entry by dingeradventure on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... and the federal parliment building in the city. Unfortunately we were not able to go to Cantion, a very very famous brewery as it was a holiday here in Europe. Don't ask what holiday, we had no idea.

      We said goodbye to Rieba as he took off to catch his flight home. It was tough to see him go, but he has big things to get ready for. And then there were 7.

      The next train is taking us to Amsterdam, we will see you there!


      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... was Damme and that one got to Damme on a paddleboat from Brugge, I was determined to go. It wasn't easy. We got conflicting information about the location of the dock and how to get there and we made the boat (via a taxi that appeared fortuitously) with five minutes to spare. But the tiny town of Damme is charming, I saw the allee of trees, spring green in April, and the boat ride was relaxing.

      Back outside of Brugge, we discovered ...

      "Christmas time is here...."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 02, 2013


      ... box your neighbour’s ears as he reaches for the last Kindle. After that it’s New Year’s, and then back to work for another sorry year.

      That’s it. I’m done with Christmas. I’ve almost got the point wherein I prefer to celebrate some strange Winter feast, and it’s not out of a sense of political correctness but more out of ******itiness.

      But then, I came here, to Europe, home of the Christmas market. And you ...

      Amazing Brussels

      A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 18, 2013

      15 photos

      ... went to bed, but Dad got us dressed up in our jackets and hats to go and look at the sights, and it is such a wonderful memory for me! I remember walking around at about midnight also jaws on the floor looking at the buildings in the dark and the mist. Their gothic facades lit and Christmas lights twinkling. We walked some of the back streets to find Manneken Pis – the little boy peeing statue and at that time he had a cute Christmas outfit ...


      A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky on Jun 25, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... have been around before the War. He pointed us to a house next to his shop and told us there was an old woman who lived there. We knocked on this house's worn out, dark wood door and after a minute or so we saw an old woman appear in the upstairs window. Following some hand motions, she came downstairs and opened the top-half of the door for us. She didn't speak any English, however was very kind, and we soon learned (through the help of the shopkeeper who acted as ...