La Potiniere Hotel Brussels

Address: 165 Rue Francois-Joseph Navez, Brussels, 1030, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Schaerbeek area of Brussels, is near Aung San Suu Kyi House, De Ultieme Hallucinatie, Mrauk U, and Eglise St-Nicolas (Church of St. Nicholas).
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Ever the Nomad

A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 30, 2015

... at Cafe berkhout coupled with cheese sandwiches, supposedly our lunch. Not much time on hands we always made way for fast foods in almost all places. The Heineken factory was huge; barrels, tasting rooms, lounge, souvenir shops, digital rooms, even stables with horses named after the CEOs and their family members. A wrist band entitling you to 3 free Heineken beers and a bottle customized with our names "BATA" was our takeaway at the location. A lot was spoken about the ice ...

Belgian Essentials

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Jun 20, 2015

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When in Belgium, there are four essential things that one must consume. I arrived in Brussels shortly after midday and managed to tick all of them off in one afternoon.

1. Waffles. While waiting for the walking tour to start, I wandered past a place in the main square that sold waffles for a single euro. I was physically in queue before my mind had time to process this. You win this round, stomach. It turns out that only the bare naked waffle costs a euro, with all of ...

A short time in Brussels

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

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After catching the train from Tournai to Brussels I met back up with Merinda and Cam in the afternoon. We went on a walking tour which started in the Market Square. It is a mostly beautiful market square, minus the town hall which is not symmetrical. Surrounding the square are the old guild buildings from the reign of King Louis XIV, when Brussels was ruled by the French. He ordered all the buildings to be built in the ...

International Road Trip

A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne on Apr 22, 2014

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... texts are free because we were in 6 countries that day.

We are a little obsessed with grocery stores, especially those in foreign countries. So we were delighted to discover our last rest stop - in either Luxembourg or Germany, who knew by then - had quite a large store and an actual bakery! Fresh bread by the loaf or baguette was available and while were were there a fresh batch came from the oven. We ate fresh warm bread with our favorite European butter as ...

Christmas Markets in Belgium

A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27 on Nov 29, 2013

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... in our cases! We have a look in a few of the beer shops and chocolatiers which there appears to be an abundance of. All the chocolates look amazing but I manage to resist temptation and don't buy any.

At night we head to a small restaurant for dinner and I get to try frogs legs for the first time - they definitely don't taste like chicken! They have a strange texture to them, they don't taste bad but I probably wouldn't eat them again.