Mercure Brussels Airport

Address: 74 avenue Jules Bordet, Evere, Brussels-Capital Region, 1140, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Evere area of Evere, is near National Museum, Memorial to the Forgotten War, Aung San Suu Kyi House, and Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue.
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      The ugly city

      A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Oct 02, 2014

      16 photos

      The map that you get from the Tourist Bureau starts "Brussels is ugly but we love it" and that is a pretty valid description. Brussels is all about beer, chocolate, waffles and going to party (where anything is possible), but it is ugly, rough and noisy. Designed to rip off tourists and young people who come to party We recommend staying at ...

      Tomorrowland; Fuck off reality!

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Jul 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... have to sacrifice some of what Amsterdam offers or risk never getting healthy.

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      "I realised, ***** took one step an started stumblin'
      An I was trying to call my ***** but he couldn't hear me,
      so I guess I'm mumbling
      Fall off into sumthin' But I guess I'm on a mission
      Telling my *****z that I love 'em now but it ain't nobody ...


      A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... circa 1700 after destruction by the French. The brewing guild was still housed there. We were told that beer had always been important in Belgium because their water had been contaminated but was safe to drink once brewed as beer.

      I was surprised at how tiny Manneken Pis was, only 61 cm tall, and he was wearing a uniform - I would have preferred to see his beautiful bare bronze skin :). Brussels is the birthplace of Tintin ...

      Ukraine is not yet dead....

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 18, 2014


      ... To my surprise – and, I confess, horror – Yanukovich, the “enemy” of the Revolution was in power. I recalled a time when we scoffed at the small encampments of Blues that we passed on the way to school. Fools, we thought. Ukraine is moving towards the future, you can’t stop it.

      Now, fastfoward to 2014. 9 years after I first set foot on Ukrainian soil, and Ukrainians are literally fighting for their place in the ...

      "How they brought the good news from Ghent.."

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 13, 2013

      1 comment

      ... up, I was all over it. I decided to splurge and ordered the waterzooi, a hearty creamy chicken stew full of little potatoes and vegetables. It came with bread and delicious butter, and I washed it down with a glass of Gentse Strop ("Ghent Noose" - the nickname for Ghent residences is "Stroppendrager" - noosebearer). Refreshed and warmed up, I wandered around the rest of the city until I came to the Patershol. The area wasn't very nice, but was refurbished ...