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 ...

      A game of two halves Brian

      A travel blog entry by fatboyron on Mar 07, 2012

      ... places although were saving the warmth of the national museums of this that and the other for the next couple of days thereby minimising the disruption to our trip of the Climat Anglais ( or rather the Climat Belgique) We have been out and about stretching our legs around the Grand Place and the Grand and petit Sablons (not to mention) the flea markets (Ma and Pa will be so proud) Its a city thats heavy on the quirk ...

      Oh, man our feet are tired - rest of the body too!

      A travel blog entry by travelingagain on Apr 09, 2011

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      ... of where we are. Also, went over to check out the train station and got more info there and then got a ticket for 10 trips - we know we need to use 6 already and this gives us another 2 each for somewhere when we are in Brugge or?? ticket is good for a year. So this was good time spent. Then we purchased some beer from neat store - got some Trappist Beer - strong and dark - not really Garry's choice - but tried it!! when ...

      Because You're Drunk?

      A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Jun 11, 2010

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      ... and from the nearby church I can see the tall figure that cannot possibly be human. Down the bottom of the stairs behind it is the Comic Strip museum. I get my own book with translations and everything, again amazed as the man behind the desk talks to me in English, answers the phone in French and calls out to the cleaner in Dutch about lunch. Amazing people of many languages. Brussels is the only town/city in Belgium where both languages are considered the main language. Street ...