La Vignette

Address: Leuvensesteenweg 12, Wezembeek-Oppem, Flemish Brabant Province, Flanders, 1970 , Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Leuvensesteenweg 12, Wezembeek-Oppem, is near Royal Museum of Central Africa (Musee Royal de l'Afrique Central), Stokkel Square, Au Nom de la Rose, and Alexandra Junior.
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Travel Blogs from Wezembeek-Oppem

Huge Churches and a big silver atom

A travel blog entry by hinekn on Sep 30, 2014

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... the king resides are numerous museums each designed for the area it represents. There is a large Pagoda as well as a building in a Chinese style.

First stop on the bus was the Antomium - built for the 1958 worlds fair. We did not get to go in, but hope to go back on Friday. It is a very impressive structure and looks like, well a giant atom. We saw someone cleaning the outside - very high up. ...

Paris to Brussels

A travel blog entry by jbowers on Jul 17, 2014

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... we went to a cathedral called Magdaline, it was very pretty on the inside, but yet small. We needed something to drink so we went to a small market store, we met a Brazilian girl who needed directions to the Magdiline cathedral, and she was real nice. We gave her the directions and she started to walk there, but then we walked out of the market and she went the wrong way! So we got her attention and helped her again. Then we walked around to find a big cathedral, but ...

How the other half lives

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 07, 2014

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... dress. I slipped out of my sensible shoes and into a pair of black heels, and marched out to meet the other intern who was invited. We hopped on the bus to catch the tram, which was largely an incredibly unglamorous sway and bump on crowded public transport until we reached the ritzy part of town. By some strange twist of fate, not only were we 40 minutes early, but the doors weren't open yet and it had just started to pour with rain, so we made our way back to ...

In Bruges-not with Colin Farrell

A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 16, 2013

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... church which supposedly has a vial relic that is said to contain Christ's blood brought back from the Middle Ages. You can view it for 2€. We didn't go in.

We took the canal boat tour. This is a tourist thing but you get to see the town and some of its sites from a different perspective. Also the boat driver does explain some of the buildings and history and architecture. Quite honestly, ...

Crime at the Museum

A travel blog entry by melendra on May 19, 2013

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Since the National Library is closed on Sundays and holidays, we have two whole days with Joe in Brussels this trip. We spent our first one well. We started out at the Royal Museum of Art and History. This is not a museum that I originally planned to visit because, frankly, walking through any non-children's museum with a four-year-old and a nine-year-old is chancy. However, when I was researching second-string activities to do with children in ...