Le Grand Colombier Hotel

Address: Rue du Colombier 8-10, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Rue Neuve, Place des Martyrs, St. Jean Baptiste au Beguinage, and Waterstone's.
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        Ever the Nomad

        A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 30, 2015

        ... famous for its grand castles, caves called the Casemates on rocks called the Um-block. The Casemates were long spiralling caves leading to openings at various sections overlooking the city. There were sections from A to J in these caves & each one was called differently & had a different experience. Once outside the Casemates, we sat on a toy train bus called the ‘Petrusse Express’, which led us through the city with an audio recording helping us understand ...

        Back to Brussels

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 25, 2015

        ... up. You'd never understand how long it takes to upload. It took nearly 3 hours for me to post the video for Munich. That's right folks this puppy is a lot more time consuming than you'd think. I know I will look back on it when I'm older and be thankful I've documented it but man so many hours spent.

        I had planned to head to mini Europe and the Atomium but with a ticket price of 24 Euros I don't think the price is quite worth it. ...

        From Bruges to Brussels

        A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 10, 2015

        ... and committee memberships could be looked up for each of the 751 MEPs. After a few hours, we reached museum fatigue and it was time to head back to our hotel to check in and seek nourishment since we had not eaten since breakfast.
        We went out and had seafood, including a bucket of “mussels in Brussels” for Rich and Barb. From there, we wandered into the Main Square and admired the city hall and museum. We breezed through a ...

        The Best of Belgium

        A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jun 15, 2015

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        ... plenty. For the more traditional and less intolerant, mussels, rabbit stew and chocolate left us far from hungry.

        We did walk. Some days not far, but we did. The highlight undoubtedly, a visit to Mannekin Pis. Hard to compare to the Eiffel tower of Paris and the Pyramids of Egypt, a national symbol nevertheless. Although a little underwhelming, the pint size fountain of a little boy *******, leaves both tourists and locals alike laughing in sync.


        Horray for Belgian beer and chocolate!

        A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 17, 2015

        ... difference between dark, milk and white chocolate. At the end of the demonstration, samples were offered, of course. Along with the giant waffles piled with whipped cream and chocolate they had a s a mid-morning snack, our kids basically had their monthly quota of chocolate in the span of about two hours. Well, as they say, 'when in Rome..' or Brussels...

        The large central square in Brussels is truly beautiful. The late medieval ornate gothic ...