How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews La Royale Leuven
Travel Blogs from Leuven
... look like one big restaurant / bar, but today the bar was shut!
We visited the Grand Béguinage, a former community for unmarried, semi-religious women dating back to the 13th century (and now a UNESCO World Heritage site).
When we got back into the main square (Grote Markt) the cellars of the town hall were open (which occurs one day a month, as we found out later), for a display and tour ...
... moules and frites, I've experienced renegade trams and buses that kidnap hapless passengers, and I've now encountered two scams in the space of four weeks, but that's ok, it's all part of this mess called Belgium. The countryside is gorgeous, there are donkeys in the park across the road from my house, and a driver stopped, summoned me over to his window, held up traffic and practically ordered me to cross to the proper sidewalk because it ...
... br> In a way it is very reminiscent of Pennsylvania in the spring. The weather and the fauna all around. The bike paths we rode on reminded me of the paths we used to walk on in Morgantown.
Kathy's family is very funny and very intelligent. I have enjoyed learning a little more about the attitudes and social tendencies of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) area from them.
... 8217;ve provided fresh drinks and sandwiches for zombies with a sensible stomach).
You’ll have to make yourself ugly to take the capital by storm, because this time the ZOMBIFFF PARADE will not be satisfied with some dilapidated sidewalks. Entire streets will be dedicated to swarms of the walking dead, who’ll bite large chunks out of ...
... them leads to another
of Belgian's icons, the miniature statuette known as 'Mannequin Pis', or
to put it plainly 'the boy weeing'. Due to the statue's status as a
curiosity, he has been joined by a similar-sized statue of a girl
weeing, and these elements perhaps shave a little of the plainness off Brussels as being a city of straight-laced and sober
European Politics. The European Commission is a tourist attraction in
its own right, and gleams with the sheen ...