Rijckendael Hotel

Address: Luitberg 1, Strombeek-Bever, Flemish Brabant, 1853, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Luitberg 1, Strombeek-Bever, is near Atomium, Mini-Europe, Notre Dame du Sablon, and Oceade.
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    Travel Blogs from Strombeek-Bever

    No Brussel Sprouts in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 10, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... like a hawk as I looked around. It felt a bit strange so I left - and it was getting close to lunch time. For lunch I had a few options: A sandwich and a drink from a bakery, a waffle with ham and cheese, or the 10 Euro steak that was possibly a scam. I decided on the waffle, being in Belgium, but then I'd had so much junk food lately that I changed my mind at the last minute and made my way to the tourist area. I found a restaurant not quite in that Rue des Bouchers ...

    Antwerpe Belgium

    A travel blog entry by vickibreen on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... plenty of history,more relaxed and was well worth visiting. On the home front ,our exchange home is really lovely and comfortable,super market shopping is by bike.There are designated bike lanes everywhere for the thousands of bikes in a futile attempt to alleviate traffic.Some bikes can even be folded up to take on the train and one street entertainer even had his piano attached to his bike so he could just ride ...

    If It's Tuesday, We Must Be in Belgium!

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

    24 photos

    ... with his best known works of religious origin: the Elevation of the Cross and the Descent from the Cross. He lived a pretty good and long life. The house was about 12 blocks from the train station, pretty easy without suitcases. 12 Euros entrance fee, plus 4 Euros for the audio tour...well worth it. Beautiful house, grounds and especially the garden.

    Then it was off for another 10 blocks (spitting rain on us most of the ...

    Of white stones and glass houses

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 08, 2014

    1 comment

    ... of Ivan Grozny (Ivan the Terrible), Mikhail Romanov, Nicholas and Alexandra, the Hermitage, Red Square, the vast far reaches of Siberia and midnight trains to Moscow. But there’s more, so much more. There’s my apartment, my dorm room, Igor the gypsy cab driver who groped himself once he stopped at our address. There’s the marshrutka trips to school, the banya, the old ladies who tell you to get up from the cold, hard bench lest you damage your ovaries. ...

    Off to the big smoke, the capital of Europe

    A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jun 25, 2013

    3 comments

    ... Pis statue, it is exactly how it sounds, (a small boy peeing!) and we also found the female version too. These were created only about 30years ago and are to symbolize gender equality in some strange way. Literally every second shop is a chocolate shop, and we found one with 5 boxes of Belgian chocolate for €9.90, we couldn't pass up an offer as good as that, so...that was desert! (not all of them ...