Hotel Albert

Address: Rue Royale Sainte-Marie 27-29, Schaarbeek, Brussels-Capital Region, 1030, Belgium | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Schaarbeek

    Boys who pee and fruity blonds...

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Apr 04, 2015

    4 photos

    ... unlike our neighbor) – I stick to a blond (not a fruity one this time – I’ve learned that lesson well…) and Mr Fletche has his first Chimay (but not his last). In fact we’re both so struck by the Chimay that it’s Chimay’s all-round for the second round. The food, the travelling and the Belgian beer is already taking its toll, so we bid “merci, au revoir” to our traditionally-garbed friend and call it a ...

    Brussels - Exceeded All Expectations!

    A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... violinist was filling the plaza air with Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca. A nearby vendor was busy making and selling rich sugary belgian waffles that smelled like heaven. We looked like tourists and didn't care. We began pulling our luggage down the cobblestone streets and couldn't stop smiling.

    We arrived at our Airbnb flat a few minutes from the center of town, ducking in from the rain that had just begun to fall. Our host, Sylvain, greeted us ...

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by whereamigoing on Jun 23, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    I took the train on Friday morning to Amsterdam. Leaving the Central Station I was a bit surprised to see the opposite of what I always pictured Amsterdam to be: peaceful, beautiful canals. Instead it was crowds of people, numerous tram tracks and wires, and of course... Bikes. I stuck to the city walk that Rick Steve writes about in his book mainly because the walk began at the Central Station. The walk took me to some interesting sights like ...

    Six Countries in One Day

    A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne on Apr 22, 2014

    We awoke this morning revived and ready to grab our flight to Brussels and really begin our vacation. After breakfast at the Hilton's ridiculously high-priced breakfast (18 Euros for the full--meal-deal buffet and 6 Euros for the mini version - yes, that's $33.10 in US Dollars), we caught the shuttle for the airport. Ron was still "complaining" that I ordered the mini breakfast and the waiter let me have the big one anyway!

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    Bottoms Up!

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 11, 2013

    1 comment

    ... on busy roads anyway, and Belgian drivers (at least the Bruxellois) seem to be some of the more aggressive in western Europe. I walked to the nearest Villo! stop, but found that to use it I’d have to be a subscriber, so I toddled up the street to Rogier Laan, where there was a pay-per-use station. I read the instructions, popped in my credit card, was issued a day pass and went to unlock my bike…but I couldn’t get it ...