Le Centenaire

Address: Avenue Jean Sobieski 84, Brussels, 1020, Belgium | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Atomium, Mini-Europe, Musee Rene Magritte, and Notre Dame du Sablon.
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          Ever the Nomad

          A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 30, 2015

          ... was also issued by GVB at Amsterdam.

          At Luxembourg our lodging was booked at Hotel park plaza. On the way to Luxembourg, we passed a plain stretch farms with country side cottages, farms accompanied by the quaint little yet beautiful houses. Cows the size of 2 in India, lush meadows along one side & dry along another, formed firming patterns looked were beautiful. Cars were parked by their house owners outside their respective house so very well maintained, hills ...

          Girls Can Do It Too!

          A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 14, 2015

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          ... Thus starting the black market on heads. In 1908 after a humanitarian uprising the king was stripped of the land. He demanded 50 million for his loss and incredibly the government agreed and it was paid. In the first 30 years of his involvement in the Congo 10 million people died making it one of the worst genocides in history. With Congo on the verge of declaring independence the monarchy got the last laugh borrowing huge sums from the IMF in the ...

          From Bruges to Brussels

          A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 10, 2015

          ... our maps, was very close to our hotel. Unfortunately, we did not know which direction to turn. After a reconnaissance mission, Jake figured it out, and it was all downhill from there, literally.
          After dropping off our luggage at the hotel, because it was too early to check in, we decided to pay a visit to the European Parliament via taxi. We’ve averaged walking 7.24 miles per day, so it was time to invest 10 Euros in our feet. We ...

          The Best of Belgium

          A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jun 15, 2015

          7 photos

          ... reception we received when we walked into a bar one Monday afternoon in a town of 7,000 people (not so much the reception I received every time I turned on a full school bus, hitting students in the head).

          Having never met any Australians, questions of curiosity regarding the purpose of our visit began to fly. When the 'internationals from down under' parked themselves in the sun outsides David's Frite's shop the following day and filled their stomachs ...

          Horray for Belgian beer and chocolate!

          A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 17, 2015

          ... needed after a very stressful travel day!

          We had only a couple of things on the list for Brussels and since our days were a Sunday and Monday, it worked out well as some things were closed Sunday and as seems to often be the case, some museums were closed on Mondays. Sunday morning we walked to the main market square of Brussels, Grande Place, taking a route which would lead us past the much beloved Manneken Pis (translated as 'little man ...