Le Grand Colombier Hotel

Address: 8-10 Rue du Colombier, 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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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    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 ...

    Waffles, Chocolate, & Mannekin Pis

    A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Feb 23, 2015

    14 photos

    ... and saw the infamous Mannekin Pis. It cracks me up how much pride Belgium has for that little statue. It is a little boy peeing. They dress it up in different costumes periodically and have a museum dedicated to him and those costumes. It is on every souvenir that you could possibly want to buy and you can purchase your own version to put in your yard. Really quite comical. I learned a lot of the history, and it is a pretty unique city. It is also the capital of ...

    Brussels has been known as the Little Paris

    A travel blog entry by jielipan on Sep 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Napoleon, which marked the complete destruction of the Napoleonic Empire. Future generations would therefore call a major defeat “Waterloo of somebody” in analogy.
    After the Battle of Waterloo, the coalition army quickly captured Paris; Napoleon was exiled to St. Helena in the Atlantic and six years later he died there (on May 5, 1821).
    Prior to the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was once exiled to the Mediterranean island of Elba, where he left a popular saying. ...

    Day 38: Sprouts of the Brussels variety

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Nov 24, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Today was a day for exploring Brussels. We took the 10am train into town. Our first stop was the iconic peeing boy fountain. The statue was only about eighteen inches of so high and the little stream coming out seemed so innocent. We spent about three minutes there and moved on. How long can you actually spend looking at that?

    Our next stop took us to the other side of the train station to a small park. It was again nice to walk in the leaves ...

    Frites, Waffles, Chocolate & Beer!

    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Oct 17, 2013

    48 photos

    ... we didn't have to go far for some regional brews as there was a well stocked bar on the main floor. We were right between the ethnic and tourist parts of town, offering all sorts of small supermarkets or restaurants with different foreign foods and only a short distance to the cities main attractions.

    Our first full day began with a visit to an original friterie which still remains in a small booth amidst modern ...