Hesperia Sablon

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

Belgian Recap!

A travel blog entry by kmscrc

Well, we officially overdosed on the fabulous foods that Brussels has to offer...frites with their many sauces, and definitely chocolate. I won't say we overdosed on the beer, but we did try quite a few!

our first full day here, we did a Belgian beer tour. Absolutely amazing. Our tour guide, Stefan, was a hit. He reminded us way too much of Krys' cousin Greg. We went to a bunch of little bars and pubs, most of which we would never have found on our own and learned ...

Of white stones and glass houses

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

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... I don't condone the way that it's being done - but maybe we need to look at the lives that the dogs would otherwise have if they are not rescued by societies.

Finally, this ridiculousness about the state of the toilets, water, electricity in Russia. I feel sympathy for people whose rooms really aren’t ready, but it seems like so much of this is overblown. A quick look at any guidebook to Russia notes that the water isn’t safe for drinking. Even ...

Marched them up to the top of the hill....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... town of Waterloo…plus “Waterloo” seems easier for the English than saying the “Battle of Braine l’Alleud”) is easy to do on a whim, as it’s only about 20 minutes away by train. I got to Gare Centrale, and realized that a train was leaving in a few minutes, so I scrambled to buy my tickets. Of course, Waterloo is becoming the new Marseille – you can’t get there, and you can’t get out once you are there, ...

Chocolate or chocolate that is the decision

A travel blog entry by rossport

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... a hook with a price tag on us sheesh Taz sometime i wonder if u were dropped on your head) as soon s the crowds cleared we got a perfect view of him and he was dressed in a little suit apparently they do this on special occasions and they celebrate some thing or other with him.

We the entered the Grand Place and wow wow wow that is all i can say you have to be here to fully absorb the hugeness and the beauty of this place. The Granduer of this square and the hundreds ...

Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan

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... in droves. Hidden at the very core of the old town, it's revealed as you enter from one of six narrow side alleys (Rue des Harengs is the best) - a discreet positioning that adds charm." From Lonely Planet.

We'd made it back to Rue du Midi and were trying to remember what was between us and the Bedford (as a place to eat), then we spied a church down a side street and went to take a look. This church "Our Lady of Assistance" (Notre-Dame du Bon Secours), ...

   

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