Le Centenaire

Avenue Jean Sobieski 84, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

If This is Wednesday, We Must Be in Belgium Again!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... much about Ghent except for a dirty limerick I learned in high school. (LOL!) But we were there to see one of the most beautiful paintings in the world.

But, back to the tram. It worked on a ticket system where you put it into the slot and it deducts the amount of money from the ticket to where you are going. Worked well going there. Noticed lots of young people. Thought there must be a University in Ghent, and that ...

IT'S SUNNY IN BRUGGE

A travel blog entry by rachel21601

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Fifty-two years ago, Bob was a student at the College of Europe in Brugge (Bruges). Back then, the town looked much like it did in its heyday, the 14th and 15th centuries, meandering canals flanked by row houses in the distinctive Bruges-Gothic style. There were a few patisseries, one good hotel, one decent restaurant, a few small shops that catered to locals and little else. Today Brugge is a 'holiday' town, a destination popular with river cruise ...

Bruxelles (Brussels), Belgium

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike

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... one of them had lavender in them, and the best piece of chocolate I have ever had in my entire life was dark chocolate with a lemon filling. Amazing. Now I'm thinking about Belgian chocolate again...

The Manneken Pis was an elusive little devil. That's the statue of the baby peeing that apparently Brussels is famous for but no one can find. It's wedged in the corner of two buildings and the baby is probably about the size of ...

Mussels from Brussels

A travel blog entry by ildiko.foldesi

Lovely weekend with my Czech friend Kamila, popping over from London to see the Christmas market, drink mulled wine and catch up with a friend living there. Perfect setting to kick off the Christmas feeling, eating of mussels with the compulsory chips, sampling of those famous Belgian beers and having a nice night out. The bed and breakfast is centrally located, perfect for a night or two. A bit noisy, but bearable. Chocolate shopping is a must do if you are a fan like me:-)
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Marched them up to the top of the hill....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... things happen when you are there. Neither my Belgian card nor my two Canadian ones worked in the ticket machine, although I finally got them to work in a second one. I grabbed my ticket, raced down the stairs and….saw no train. I figured I’d missed it, then turned around just to see that it had stopped further up the platform and was pulling out of the station. Balls.

Twenty minutes later, I made the next train, which was essentially ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Atomium, Musee Rene Magritte, Mini-Europe, and Notre Dame du Sablon.
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