Minotel Prince de Liege

Address: Chaussee de Ninove 664, Anderlecht, Brussels-Capital Region, 1070, Belgium | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Anderlecht area of Anderlecht, is near Cantillon Brewery, Beenhouwersstraat / Rue des Bouchers, Anderlecht, and Maison d'Erasme.
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Travel Blogs from Anderlecht

Marched them up to the top of the hill....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 16, 2013

... resulted in me missing the Brussels train by 2 minutes and having to wait 45 minutes in a poorly-heated station while the symptoms of my head cold finally kicked in.

At least now I can say that I have actually seen the battlefield at Waterloo. My bucket list is one item shorter, and if I keep gallivanting around the country in the middle of winter when I’m sick, I might be one step closer to the proverbial bucket around which the proverbial bucket is ...

Moulin Rouge, Paris, FRANCE

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Oct 03, 2013

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... and dripping with diamonds. It was without a doubt the most fantastic show that I have ever seen and I really want to see it again one day. The costumes were so flamboyant and perfectly designed, the girls looked so beautiful in them (and the boys too). Cheeky Nathan just liked it because he got to see lots of boobies. We were lucky to get a ticket to the show. We booked at 10:30pm the night before and we think that we got the last two tickets (there ...

Brussels, BELGIUM

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Oct 01, 2013

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After breakfast this morning we rushed out to the main office to join a free walking tour of the city. I pretty much came here just for the chocolate but we thought we might take a tour and learn a little bit about the city while we were here too. The walking tour started from the main square which was beautifully decorated with old gothic style architecture. We saw the famous statue of the mannikin pis (a ...

Taking the Piss out of Tourists?

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Sep 06, 2013

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... tale about the evils of Bolshevism. His popularity was & remains quite phenomenal. Tintin has been translated into 60 languages & become a TCV cartoon series.

The Van Damme meet was the grand finale for me & the Diamond League in a stadium with lots of atmosphere but a criticism I can throw at most stadiums is that the seating is too cramped & becomes quite painful. As with a lot ...

Waiting

A travel blog entry by alisonjane on Jun 13, 2012

... ethnicities, still it was cleaner than many areas of London, especially the streets in Kings Cross that we had walked through just a few hours earlier.

The architecture had changed too and the pastel painted plastered houses give the streets a distinctly European feel.

We wandered around for over an hour before returning to a restaurant opposite the station for a plate piled high with pasta and a goldfish bowl of ...