Hotel Queen Anne

Address: Boulevard Emile Jaqmain 110, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Boulevard Emile Jaqmain 110, Brussels, is near Rue Neuve, St. Jean Baptiste au Beguinage, St. Gilles, and Waterstone's.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Day 32 - Waterloo Event - girls in Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by sadbag on Jun 19, 2015

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The big day - 0900 hrs train to Braine L'alleud and a bus to Waterloo. What a great day - it was crowded and touristy but well worth the effort. We climbed the mound, viewed the cyclorama painting and walked down to Hougomont. Peter (bless him) organised tickets to get us into the bivouacs and we ...

A short time in Brussels

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 17, 2015

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... The buildings are decorated with gold, and this represents how wealthy the guilds were during this time. Now back to the town hall... construction for the town hall began in 1402 and took 20 years to complete. The town hall upon completion consisted of the left wing and the tower. Someone then boasted that their town hall was bigger and so the guy in charge decided that he would have a right wing built which was ...

Pi** and Chips

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 27, 2015

8 comments, 4 photos

... The train journey from Brussels to Aachen was pleasant and commenced with many, many miles of flat rich farmland and I could imagine that they may well have been battlefields during The Great War. As we neared the German border the landscape changed and there were many small farms with red brick and red- roofed farmhouses.

From first arriving in Amsterdam, and to avoid the jet lag, I was in bed around 9.30pm This trend has continued and each morning finds ...

Days One and Two - Paris to Brussels to Bruges

A travel blog entry by aidsyford on Dec 19, 2014

... central cathedral had iron moose statues in front. The city is built on a hill, and is made up of small winding cobblestone streets. Everywhere is decorated for Christmas, with lights, and large decorative balls hanging from storefronts. On the way to dinner we passed through the Grand Place, which is an immense square surrounded by absolutely gorgeous buildings from the 1400s I think. Every hour a scheduled light show ...

Brussels under a brolly

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 11, 2014

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... large every time a new couple appeared.In the time we were stood there, saw 3 brides.

Popped into a restaurant for some soup to warm us up. The log fire was just as welcome!

As the rain was settling in, new umbrellas were required, and shortly after that, the ponchos came out. My new boots were certainly getting broken in!

Manneken Pis was covered in rain gear, the streets around him ...