Le Saint-Emilion

Rue de l' Abbaye d' Aulne 8, Leernes, Hainaut, 6142, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue de l' Abbaye d' Aulne 8, Leernes.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Leernes

Brussels

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 23, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... centuries and rather plain inside. Similar to many others we have seen. By now we were following the comic strip walk, but did not see any on buildings. Brussels is the home of Tintin and there is plenty of references to it. This area from the palace through to near the square was obviously built much later than the square, with those big solid stone edifices buildings of the 18/19th centuries. Wider streets too and very pleasant. Walked through the galleries of ...

Chocolate, waffles, beer & frites

A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 10, 2014

9 comments, 20 photos

We took a Eurostar train through the Chunnel to Brussels this afternoon and it was our fastest train yet, covering the distance in 2 hours and 15 mins. Unlike the trains in Italy there wasn't a screen showing your speed but these trains can get up to 186 mph. We got here a little after 4 and really just have 24 hours before going to Amsterdam. We're staying in a cute little boutique hotel by central station to make it easy to see a ...

A few more chocolates

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Feb 23, 2014

5 photos

... Gudule. A double - tower front, built in 1226 and apparently not dissimilar to the Notre Dame in Paris. Inside, it was huge. A service was taking place (in French) so we stood near the back, watching for a while. The Grand Place is one of the world's oldest squares. Construction began in 1444 with the Town Hall, at 96m high and covered in ornate sculptures of people. Several hundreds of years later, in 1697, construction of the guildhall a began - with ...

Beautiful Brussels and a Home-Cooked Meal!

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 24, 2013

9 photos

... times the size that it was, but it was probably just about 30cm tall or so, it was tiny! Apparently no one knows the story of the Mannekin Pis, but there are a few theories. One is that there was a fire that started and the boy saw it and did the only thing he knew how to do, preventing the fire from spreading and destroying the city, and another theory is that a mans son went missing, and he vowed that if he were ever found, he would make a ...

Belgique?

A travel blog entry by nobes on Aug 22, 2013

... about the place. Walking around the central area again in search of a reasonably priced pint. Brussels seems to be an expensive place to live/see. Most places we looked at were 6-8 euros. After much walking we eventually decided we should just cut our losses and sit in a Brasserie overlooking the Grand Place (square). We ordered two Belgian 'blonde' lagers and I have to say, they tasted pretty bloody good, even at 8 euros each! The atmosphere in the square was strangely soothing ...