European Quarter - Marriott Executive Apartments

Address: Rue du Parnasse 15, Ixelles, Brussels-Capital Region, 1050, Belgium | 4 star hotel
 
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      Arrived in Belgium

      A travel blog entry by wickedsanity on Sep 28, 2014

      ... off area, there is, my host! The deaf family that I'm staying with. I was still speechless after the fact that I am actually in Belgium! It's an unrealistic feeling. We arrived at the house. It was a four stories building. Big, and old. Well, guess what? My room where I'm staying at is up in the attic, so I walked three flight of narrow stairs to my room. The attic is huge, and it's nice. I was still so tired, due to jetlag. Too lazy to write more. That's the summary for now. ...

      Day 41

      A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jul 06, 2014

      ... around though which is pretty hilarious so they were all rebuilt. We also learned that outside the kings Palace was where two people were beheaded and this was the beginning of the 80 years war of _____. Saw the Tin Tin mural on the side of a building (Brussels is big on street art and comics for adults and not just children) and a space invader as well. Apparently the same anonymous artist has done them all around Paris and if you join them all up on a ...

      The Only Way to get an Answer is to Knock

      A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jul 02, 2013

      ... national and local levels and the political dynamics of the country.

      While I had some meetings, I was tiring of waiting around for people to contact me. I adopted a much more proactive approach! I mapped out a few of the organizations that hadn't responded to my inquiries and planned to go knocking on doors in search of people. Now if you know me well, you will know that in normal circumstances I am uncomfortable doing things like this! The ...

      The Capital of Europe

      A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14 on Nov 09, 2012

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      ... to dinner at Chez Leon, a restaurant recommended by another student in our study abroad program. I was excited for it this dinner because Brussels is famous for their mussels and seafood. Ali talked me into trying oysters for the first time and we split 6. I don’t think I will be having oysters ever again. Next I ordered mussels with melted cheese and garlic on top. That was one of my favorite meals in Europe so far. After ...

      Belgium: In three parts..

      A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011

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      ... so worked out well!
      We visited The Zoo in Antwerp, which is apparently the oldest zoo in the country, and one of the oldest in the world, built in 1843.
      It was a nice, spacious zoo, and apart from getting frostbite in my toes because it was SO cold (slight exaggeration) it was a very enjoyable day! Giraffes, elephants, tigers, lions, penguins, lots of chimps and apes were some of the animals kept there. Whilst I really wanted the monkeys to give me some ...