Hotel Les Tourelles

Address: Av. Winston Churchill 135, Uccle, Brussels-Capital Region, 1180, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Uccle area of Uccle, is near European Union Parliament, Musée David et Alice van Buuren, Musee Constantin Meunier, and Musee Wiertz.
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Travel Blogs from Uccle

Rome to Brussels

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 23, 2013

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... laugh with them. We tried quite a few beers, including one called a Gueuze, which had a sour flavour to it, which was very strange, but I really liked it. Some of the best beers of the night were the Westmalle Triple and the Rochefort. Yum! We ended up meeting a couple of guys from Wales as well, and Darren and Guille played them in a few rounds of pool while Gabi and I chatted. I was pretty wrecked so after a while I dragged Darren away and we went up to ...


A travel blog entry by schwimmen on Nov 20, 2013

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... status . We went to Belgium museum to keep us to busy and warm inside. Then went to coffee shop to get more tea. That is it. We saw all this town. It is done. It is ok here. We really like Amsterdam better than Brussels. So we decided back to the room since 330 pm . We are ready fly to Berlin ...


A travel blog entry by schwimmen on Nov 18, 2013

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... We walked around and every Monday all museum is closed. Sucks. So we have to wait till tmw. One museum was open. It was toys. Not bad and it remind me of when I was a little girl. Went to old church. And walk around. We had a good lunch . We bought broccoli , hummus , carrots, and gluten free cracker for dinner. It is just simple for us. Around 4 pm we saw a nice sunset. It was lucky and right time where we ...

Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 16, 2013

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... name, was Marksburg above Braubach (before we got to Koblenz). Thanks to its formidable defenses, medieval invaders decided to give Marksburg a miss, and it is the best-preserved castle on the Rhine.

Great train trip. The train went through Bingen at 14.06, Koblenz at 14.41, Andernach at 14.56, Remagen at 15.08, and Bonn at 15.20. Arrived in Cologne at 15.42 - ran down the platform, down the stairs, up the stairs ...... could hear a train arriving or ...

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder.....

A travel blog entry by wilbertine42 on Feb 02, 2013

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... bar across the way. I love absinthe, it makes everything seem so much better. With a few recommended shots and obviously the worlds strongest go try, I was soon feeling funky. I went to a cuban bar near the hostel and got chatting with two french guys and then went on to the Rock club next door to the hostel. I also met up with the Aussie girl from the hostel and we continued drinking well into the morning. Apparently she had never been to a lock in ...