La Potiniere Hotel Brussels

165 Rue Francois-Joseph Navez, Brussels, 1030, Belgium | Hotel

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If it's Brussels, we've got to have mussels

A travel blog entry by howardstein

... the full walking your of the old and upper part of the city. It is a lovely city with lots of beautiful parks and homes centuries old. Many chocolate shops, cafés, taverns, restaurants, frites shops, and waffle stores and churches. Of course we had to have walk away waffles. Delicious, but we had it with bananas and strawberries and whipped cream and chocolate sauce. What a mess to eat. And so soggy with all the ...

Just take a left at the Häagen-Dazs

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg


... that we visited was the restaurant at the very top, so we could get a view of the city.

We then headed by foot to Cantillon Brewery upon the recommendation of my friend, coworker, and insufferable beer snob David. The thing with Cantillon is that they produce lambic beers in the tradition that was set hundreds of years ago. Nowadays there are easy ways to produce lambics with fruit flavors and such by way ...

Six Countries in One Day

A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne

... really good airport food - real cappucinos, sandwiches on fresh bread. The only issue was what language to greet the airport and vendor staff in. Switzerland speaks both German and French. The first person I talked to spoke to me in French so I did the bonjour, merci, si vous plait, au revoir thing with her. (This being nearly the extent of my French.) The next person spoke first in German and that is harder for me. But we muddled ...

Glorious Green Gardens

A travel blog entry by dmatten

I got up and headed to Jeanekke Pis, the peeing girl. It was tough to find and I ran into some Italian guys looking for it too. We ended up finding it, but it wasn't very impressive - it was a small statue of a girl peeing into a fountain. From there the Italians and I headed to the Grand Place, the major square. It was surrounded with guild houses and tall towers. I found some sculptures past an archway which were surrounded by small beds of flowers. ...

Of white stones and glass houses

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... humane fashion. Sure, some of them are former pets, but gradually they became increasingly feral, and combined with fear, cold, hunger and disease, they’re likely to bite somebody. Of course, people say that strays rely on the public to survive, and that they won't "bite the hand that feeds them", but let's face it: if the dogs aren't being rehoused, what sort of life do they have on the street? Like I said, I find the tactics used to deal with the Sochi dogs inhumane ...


This hotel, located in the Schaerbeek area of Brussels, is near Aung San Suu Kyi House, De Ultieme Hallucinatie, Mrauk U, and Autrique House.
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