Hotel Mille Colonnes

Address: Martelarenplein 5 , Leuven, Flemish Brabant, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Martelarenplein 5 , Leuven.
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Travel Blogs from Leuven

Brussels, Belgium

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 19, 2014

108 photos

... we went to though was that they leave out a bowl of free cookies for the customers. Because we got our coffee to go, they included those cookies in a bag with milk and spoons for free. Kathleen said that some cafes will bake cakes and give you free slices with your coffee - I love this idea for coffee shops! We were going to get Belgian waffles for breakfast, but decided to meet any homesickness needs by going to the bagel shop. Although it was no Hot Bagels or ...

Flanders fields and passendale

A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 06, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... costs of war. We drove to Passendale and found the trenches closed so we were very lucky to have viewed them at Vimy ridge. I think we were all feeling Sad and tired and just sat in the old house that contained some tourist information and relaxed from an emotionally exhausting day. We had reservations in Brussels for the night so we hopped in the car once again. We quickly found that Brussels has no street signs that are visible ...

My Favourite European Destination So Far

A travel blog entry by rhodes0t on Mar 07, 2013

5 photos

... good, but the girl in the red who dusted those 5 beers in 5 minutes was still shotgunning beers 5 hours later. Dooze and I crowned her the people's champion.

We were fortunate enough to meet this beast after the competition and she was completely coherent... Seriously. Unbelievable. Her name turned out to be Julie, but we still only refer to her as beast. All the girls on all the teams seemed to be friends. We had discussed how in something like that ...

Day Six or I'm a Traveler, Not a Tourist

A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Jun 26, 2012

2 comments, 50 photos

... the Brewer's Guild maintain their purpose, while others have been repurposed over time. The different crafts are reflected in the architecture of each buildings. For instance, the Baker's Guild has six statues at the top, representing the six things necessary to make bread: wind, water, salt, flour, yeast...and...something else :)

From the Grand-Place, we headed around the corner to see an icon of Brussels--the Mannekin Pis, or little peeing man. ...

Brussels

A travel blog entry by jrwillia on May 27, 2011

... than American beer and it has more of a sour taste. Some beers are still good though. Campus premium, and radar amber, and bush blonde has been my favorite (of course the cheapest and most generic) It is not nearly as expensive here as it has been in most other places I've been to. We went to a nice dinner tonight where we were served a waffle with whip cream and chocolate for desert! I tried mussels, which i thought were very good. ...