Hesperia Sablon

Rue de la Paille, 2-8, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Music and Waffles

A travel blog entry by mattyen1 on Oct 03, 2014

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I had an amazing sleep last night, I woke up well rested and ready to start my activities. Since I am in Belgium I decided to get waffles for breakfast. Before I left I left the room I looked on trip advisor and found the Maison Dandoy Tea Room.

I visited the Tea Room around 10 am. There were plenty of seats upstairs. ...

Journey to the Center of Belgium

A travel blog entry by pinoymeetseu on Aug 28, 2014

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... fill the Bureau. We were then lead to another chamber, the set up is similar to the House of Senate. In each seat was nameplate with each of our respective countries (Philippines was in front :D). Soon the Chamber President, personally gave us a speech welcoming us into Belgium.

Brussels is truly a great place to visit, the smells, the sounds, the cultures are just indescribable.

Not bad for my very first week in Belgium. A bientot!


First glimpse of Brussels

A travel blog entry by dft on Apr 29, 2014

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... meeting 24 other people taking the same river cruise. Everyone was very nice and chatted as we waited for the others to arrive. We then proceeded to drag our bags over to some elevators to get all of us and our stuff down two floors so we could exit the building and walk to the bus. The weather in Brussels was dreary but warm.

The ride to the hotel took about 45 min. We didn’t see anything particularly interesting on the way except that there seemed ...

Papa Willy and the Fishermen

A travel blog entry by abonilla on Apr 14, 2014

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Waffles, sea food, museums and beautiful gardens.... Brussels was so incredibly welcoming!! Remember from my blog in Luxembourg that I mentioned that past trip would be my last before final exams? Well, I guess I lied.

Harlea and I were in class last week when randomly, we decided it was the perfect opportunity to go on a weekend trip to another country - one of the perks of living in Europe. We had a long weekend, so on the same day we decided to go ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 12, 2014

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... stare as long as we liked (until the museum closed); it was a fortunate and intimate twenty minutes.

The 'Swan', No. 9, Brussels Grand Place, rebuilt as a private residence in 1698, acquired by the Guild of Butchers in 1720, later became a cafe where a plaque on the wall says that Karl Marx held meetings of the German Workers' Party there. Since 1959, it has housed the venerable restaurant Maison de Cygne, our choice for our first dinner in Brussels. The food, atmosphere ...