La Legende Hotel

Rue du Lombard, 35, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Manneken Pis, Town Hall (Hotel de Ville), Poechenellekelder, and Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate (Musee du Cacao et du Chocolat).
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    Home to the hurricane

    A travel blog entry by kthagan on Aug 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and we were off to the airport. Total confusion there courtesy of the Delta agent who told us our flight to Amsterdam had been cancelled. After many lines and iterations between the various airline desks we learned that the flight was just fine. We headed off to the gate and had enough time to grab bfast in the lounge. It turned out fine, but was unneeded chaos. But we have begun our journey home!
    -we made to Seattle, but ...

    Traveller Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by rometoathens on Apr 02, 2013

    8 comments

    ... br>
    Berkley: It was a tad chilly in Paris! However seeing the Eiffel Tower at night as gorgeous and stunning. The lock bridge was cool too and I put a lock on for mom and dad and threw the keys into the water! Love you mom and dad!

    Breanne: Being able to see the Eiffel Tower was great. However, seeing Vimy Ridge was really interesting too as it really meant something to our country.

    Brett: The view of Paris from the ...

    Waffles in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Apr 03, 2012

    37 photos

    ... of a tower, but no tower. The second is a big stumpy short tower, the third is a huge tall watch tower and the forth is the big church tower. They are all ridiculously big for such a small place and if we had just one of these towers in Brisbane it would be the main thing in the city, but in little European towns its perfectly normal to have many giant towers.
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    A Day in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by europetravelers on Apr 23, 2011

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... We did wait for awhile before we reached the Border Control for Belgium (stamp!), security area, and Border Control for UK (stamp!) One glitch was that we had to fill out border cards again, just as we had on the plane to London. A sign stated that anyone who was not an EU citizen had to do this, hence my earlier mention of less hassle if you are an EU citizen. This took a few minutes, but we still made it to the train with more time than we had had in ...

    Churches and Coudenberg

    A travel blog entry by j-eunit on Jun 29, 2010

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... testament to Art Nouveau architecture with curling wrought iron arches and intricacies. At the restaurant, I ate a Belgian specialty of meatballs in red sauce with a side of frites, or what I know to be french fries. After a cup of coffee each, we headed outside to the entry of the Coudenberg archaeological site.

    Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor, was born in Ghent, Belgium, and as a native, ...