Le Saint-Emilion

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Leernes

Brussels international day

A travel blog entry by johnnyc_travels on Jul 22, 2015

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... was happening. Got more beer this time jupiler as it was better than the first...don't ask me the name of it. The food I had was chips and a hamburger as the Belgium Air Force flew over celebrating there day. It was coming to an end as. It was our first day and just wanted to suspect the place for the day. Tomorrow is to look at the tours, I fill you in ...


A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Apr 06, 2015

Waffles and Chocolate and Francai I survived a 14h bus trip to Belgium! I am in Brussels! So different that the UK, for starters I think my hotel, that should be a hostel, is going to fall to the ground. Nothing like the smell of mildew, stained carpets and questionable beds. I prepared myself for this, however after being in the UK for 2 months my standards became higher. From my first few days in Europe I can ...

Day 7:Technical Difficulties & Mutual Apprecia

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 04, 2014

... wagons with motors, to the sleek curves of the 20s, to the rounded and large gangster mobiles of the 30s. It also addressed the break in manufacturing caused by the World Wars and showed the models of militartpy vehicles that were instead focused on during that period. From there the typical Cadillacs, chevrolettes, and corvettes to be expected showed up with their American muscle (looking fairly bad ass as they did it)to round out the 1950s and 60s. Finally Eco ...

Fine Art, Modern Art, and Comic Art

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 16, 2014

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... in one of the photos.

After several hours drinking in high culture, we began wandering the town again, heading over to the Sablon neighborhood and past a bit of the old city walls. Our steps took us up to the museum of comic book art, which was fantastic. I couldn't help but buy a couple comic books (in French, on medieval history, what else?).

Our day ended with more beer and vodka at Delirium. Why go to any other bar, when this one has so many wonderful options?

Farm Kid on a Foreign Metro

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 07, 2014

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We land in Brussels at 8:30 am (2:30 am back home). It was an 8 hour flight. Wasn't too bad, but we had been up for 20 hours straight by then, and couldn't catch much sleep on the plane.
We got off the plane, and walked to find the baggage claim. We finally found our bags and exchanged some US dollars for Euros, and left the airport. The train station was in the basement. We tried to figure out what platform we needed, but just gave up, and asked the ...