MAS Residence

Address: Rue de Spa 14, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Parc de Bruxelles, Rue des Bouchers, Musee Charlier, and Maison Saint Cyr.
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          Travel Blogs from Brussels

          Ever the Nomad

          A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 30, 2015

          ... train covered exactly the same distance, took exactly the same time except it choose a different route. In order to get to Bruge we had to catch a train from liege gullimens at 2.01 pm, and our train was scheduled to reach at 1.53, which it did precisely on time. It had rained this morning & inspite of that, I had my shopping item in mind which was wine for my father. Our breakfast was a burger from Mc Donald's this morning as we had not booked a breakfast with the room at ...

          Our European Adventure -Chapter 9 - Belgium

          A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 07, 2015

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          ... and waited as well. Eventually a woman collected us and, following her red umbrella handle held high, worked our way through the beer festival to a couple of historic points of interest before making our way to the tour bus (?). Appears "walking tour" in Brussels means having to travel more than 200 metres by foot to your bus. So we climb aboard and enjoy an informative narration of some of Brussels highlights. One I found interesting (possibly the only one) was ...

          Waffle Heaven

          A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 19, 2015

          ... on to the Galleries Sant-Hubert, two large, glass-domed tunnels filled with little shops. Most of the shops were actually chocolateries. Jonathan and I caved and bought a couple of truffles to taste.

          As we continued walking, we passed through a narrow street filled entirely with restaurants, the theater/opera house, and the outdoor mall. All of the shops but one were closed since it was Sunday. That one shop was a Belgian waffle seller, ...

          Gorgeous Gent

          A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Jun 14, 2015

          4 comments, 9 photos

          ... This was unexpected as it is a large castle right in the city! The castle was built in 1180 and has a great self guided tour. There are exhibits of torture devices, what the castle looked like throughout its history and wonderful views of the city from the top of the keep. I had to limit my time there (and at all of the sights so I could see them all) but probably took enough pictures to make it seem like I was there longer. A cute note, ...

          Horray for Belgian beer and chocolate!

          A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 17, 2015

          ... beautiful setting and appreciate the last full day of this amazing adventure.

          Our final visit was to the EU Parliamentarium. Since the European Union has a government headquarters in Brussels we thought it would be a good idea to learn something about this influential governing body. Learning about a parliament sounds like it might be a bit dry, but it is a well crafted multi-media exhibit which takes you through the events of the 20th century ...