Hotel Mille Colonnes

Martelarenplein 5 , Leuven, Flemish Brabant, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Martelarenplein 5 , Leuven.
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    Leuven

    A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 06, 2013

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    ... I was living 500 years ago I'd I have probably lived in one!! Anyway, they are all still very quiet and picturesque places to be.

    I had to leave my car in a local car park which involved driving the owner around the block so he could show me where it was. I think he was a bit disconcerted about being in a car without a steering wheel in front of him! Although, he did say he was thinking of getting a skoda Octavia so he was having a good look at it ...

    Brussels for food and drink!

    A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 24, 2012

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    ... or let us know she was tired or something =S. Ah wells, turns out she didn’t take off her hat (one of those soft plushy top hats), or her glasses (no lenses, just the giant frame), or her shoes (ewww) when she slept…and to round it all off, she ninja jumped in front of me when we were about to get off! Curious character…

    Ok, so we hiked to our hostel…the miserable 45mins walk through the dirty ...

    The Serious Winter Excursions of Keith and Tony

    A travel blog entry by sunsetsoldier04 on Jan 11, 2012

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    ... Rhein Westphalia region.

    After two more fantastic hotel buffet breakfasts, we left Düsseldorf and headed to nearby Maastricht in the southeast corner of The Netherlands. Tony made a last-ditch unsuccessful effort to find German mustard in a small town where we changed trains. In Maastricht we lodged in a botel, docked on the river near the center of town. The online ad had boasted of a spa and Turkish bath, but the receptionist just laughed heartily when we asked ...

    Long Days, Long Hours

    A travel blog entry by amattucci on May 19, 2011

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    So this was my first week interning at the European Association of Communications Agencies... but that's a mouthful to say so they call it EACA (pronounced ee-ock-uh, not E.A.C.A. Weird right?). The organization is based in Brussels and oversees communications agencies throughout the European Union. EACA acts as a link between advertisers, advertising media, and agencies (yes I pulled that straight from the website haha http://www.eaca.be)and hosts a variety of events and ...

    Never eating chocolate again. ever.

    A travel blog entry by mille399 on Feb 02, 2011

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    ... We made it back for the tours and the class got split up into two and we started our walk of Bruges. Our lady was really proud of her city and throughout our entire 2 hour tour she seemed to know a lot of what she was talking about. Bruges was a beautiful city (called the Venice of the north) with canals throughout the city and old little houses everywhere. If it hadn’t been misting rain and freezing cold it probably would have been amazing. After our tours we had a few ...