Le Dixseptieme

Address: Rue de la Madeleine 25, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Les Galeries Saint Hubert, Cinquantenaire Park (Parc du Cinquantenaire), Brewery Museum, and St. Catherine's Church.
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          Ever the Nomad

          A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 30, 2015

          ... A beautiful landscape with mountains adorned by a castle that was lit up at night. The entire city gave us a feel of nobility. The Adolf Bridge - a major landmark was under renovation so we missed capturing this mighty landscape. Once we got to the city centre, we witnessed a live music setup on stage in the centre surrounded by seating arrangements of different hotels in the vicinity. We looked up the menu of different restaurants & preferred to eat where we had a choice of ...

          Back to Brussels

          A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 25, 2015

          ... everything is crazy full. It's not high season anymore but most accommodations are still full. Everything decent was booked up in Paris, Brussels, Luxembourg and around. I got lucky and my hostel here just happened to have a cancellation come through at the time I went to the desk in the morning to check in. I arrive in the middle of the night so they just left me a key. Otherwise I would have been in the same position as a kiwi and an Irish ...

          From Bruges to Brussels

          A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 10, 2015

          ... up a lot of information. When speeches are given, the speaker always uses his/her native language. The translators first translate into the English, French, and German, then the second round of translators go from those three languages into the remaining 21 languages. So, when something is funny, laughter comes first from those who share the speaker’s native language, second from the French, German, and English speakers, and third from ...

          The Best of Belgium

          A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jun 15, 2015

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          ... or the Maryborough of Ballarat if you will. The host of our Air B n B, harmless..though as we later found out, an avid drug dealer. The brother, a messed up drug user. Great house though and we had a fab time.

          So apart from avoiding re-living the abduction film 'Taken' through market settings and coming to terms with the whisper of 'what would I be able to do to you with all these people' we took on the thought that cliches are worthy to be lived.

          Horray for Belgian beer and chocolate!

          A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 17, 2015

          ... in the name of research, of course, we began to learn about local Belgian gastronomy by going into several artisan chocolate shops. The kids were thrilled when each shop offered a free sample. Luckily, there are so many, they can go from shop to shop sampling their wares. Our research continued at Choco-Story, the museum of Cocoa and Chocolate. This quirky little museum is housed in a traditional 'guild house'--the tall skinny buildings so common in ...