Hotel Albert

Address: Rue Royale Sainte-Marie 27-29, Schaarbeek, Brussels-Capital Region, 1030, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Schaerbeek area of Schaarbeek, is near Le Botanique, De Ultieme Hallucinatie, Autrique House, and Le Chocolatier Manon.
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      5 hours in Brussels

      A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Aug 02, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Pis'. Yes, as the name suggests, its a small little boy taking a pee into a fountain. All of a sudden there were swarms of tourist groups so we knew we were very close to Grand Place. There were many chocolate and waffle shops and tourists were indulging in waffles with chocolate and cream caked on top! (hello diabetes).

      We then walked a little further and before we knew it, we were in the middle of Grand Place where I first spotted ...


      A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... nearly an hour - because he was in no rush to serve me, lol - and listening to the various languages and accents. The English menu (that he had virtually thrown at me) was very out of date and I ended up paying 6 euro for my waffle(!!!) but I was later told this experience is common in Brussels.

      I went on a three hour walking tour commencing in Grote Markt, where we admired the gothic Town Hall and the baroque guildhalls that ...

      Ukraine is not yet dead....

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 18, 2014


      ... square with a fellow countryman who grabbed me close and kissed me with a feeling born of "you are so interesting, but we’ll never see each other again " (*cough cough*, my mother magically didn’t read that….), and now that very spot is photographed in flames, full of protestors and tents and police.

      When I was first there, it was hot on the heels of the Orange Revolution. There was a heady sense of revolution still, that anything ...

      "How they brought the good news from Ghent.."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 13, 2013

      1 comment

      ... chained to stands greeted me. I didn't have a chance to snap a photo, but saw much of the same on the other side.

      Usually I prefer to walk into town from the station - after all, I have a sedentary job and I spend most of my free time snacking on puddings, desserts, chocolate, beer, chocolate, waffles, chocolate, pate and camembert - but I was too cold to move and didn't feel like getting lost in addition to being chilly, so I hopped on a tram. ...

      MotoX at Bastogne

      A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy on Aug 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... and work on the bikes...very upmarket and high tech. In the back paddock are the smaller privateer teams with 1 - 2 riders and often little support. This is where we met Micheal Phillips this morning. The track itself is pretty cool without any huge jumps. Practice and qualifying today has been really fun and we have seen truly great riding...Antonio Carelli, Clement Desalles, Jeffrey Herling and many ...