Hotel Panorama

Address: Hengstenberg 77, Overijse, Flemish Brabant, 3090, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hengstenberg 77, Overijse, is near Forêt des Soignes, Musée du Transport, Au Nom de la Rose, and Bibliotheca Wittockiana.
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Travel Blogs from Overijse

Boys who pee and fruity blonds...

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Apr 04, 2015

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... later at Anneessens. We get our bearings (well Mr Fletche’s Nokia Maps do…) and stroll confidently down Anspach (before turning round and strolling confidently in the right direction). Just a couple of minutes later and we’re standing outside the Bedford Hotel. There’s lots of garbage bags around and it looks a little shabby. We soon realise that we have entered through the “back door”. The hotel is not shabby ...

Day 8: And There Was Table Dancing

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 05, 2014

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... of the Belgium Beer Festival and then watching the Light and Sound show in the Park at The Strip Fest...not to be confused with poles and strip ;) but comic strips!! All I'm all I was exhausted and content. It's hard to believe this was our last day and that tomorrow Berlin awaits! P.S. There are cool videos and pics again, check them out. Now that my camera is dead I'm just waiving around my huge iPad to get pics :p. Not touristy at ...

Fine Art, Modern Art, and Comic Art

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 16, 2014

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... in one of the photos.

After several hours drinking in high culture, we began wandering the town again, heading over to the Sablon neighborhood and past a bit of the old city walls. Our steps took us up to the museum of comic book art, which was fantastic. I couldn't help but buy a couple comic books (in French, on medieval history, what else?).

Our day ended with more beer and vodka at Delirium. Why go to any other bar, when this one has so many wonderful options?

Belgian Ardennes

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 24, 2014

Today we tries to go to the castle of Clervaux to see the famous exhibit 'Portrait of Man' but it was closed on Tuesdays. Very disappointed, we drowned our sorrows in a waffle come ice cream, and set out to see the Belgian Ardennes countryside. The drive was wonderful. Beautiful, neat and clean, memorials and museums and commemorative statues concerning WW2 Battle of the Bulge that the Americans were the aim ...


A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on May 01, 2014

... Very charged and nice atmosphere. We then walked to the CeBeBeDe - its an acronym for a long french musuem - but one fully dedicated to comic strips. Brussels is the land were Smurfs were discovered and Tin Tin story written, asterix, snoopy are amongst the many other comics that are from belgium. The museum has many things dedicated to Tin Tin and Smurfs as well as others. Then walked over to St. Huperts - the oldest shopping mall ...