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

    Tomorrowland; Fuck off reality!

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Jul 29, 2014

    11 photos

    ... everyone quickly before it floats away! Mine is soft as well, but Jack's hair is harsh and evil, stay away from it! I can see benches forming, they slowly arise but they're not solid because they move for me, they only appear in a lack of concentration or in my peripherals. The benches might be for holding our legs so we can float? There are holes everywhere like V.I.P areas that used to hold people, but now they're gone, until I want to walk into them then they reappear ...

    Beer, Chocolate and Waffles. What's not to like?

    A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 03, 2014

    27 photos

    ... outside for the public. The real one is located in the museum. Along with the original, the museum houses all of his outfits. Yes, he has literally hundreds of outfits. Many countries have donated outfits for the little boy, mostly in traditional dress from their land. It is kind of neat to see – they are all displayed on replicas. As I went through, I saw all of these intricate headdresses and native outfits. The Russians donated a cosmonaut ...

    Fast away the old year passes....

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 05, 2014

    1 comment

    It's hard to believe that we’re in 2014 – in fact, that’s the first time that I’ve written it, and it feels odd, to say the least. I like to think that the new year holds all sorts of promise for me: exciting new adventures (trips to Bonn, Cologne, Budapest and Vienna already booked, and that’s just for January) and the hope of finally graduating in December (only 12 months left to go!), in addition to the multitude ...

    Amazing Brussels

    A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 18, 2013

    15 photos

    ... I digress. This visit was different, but it sure brought back those memories.

    Our visit was, of course, in hot weather, and the days were so long, with the square filled will tourists and locals sitting in the shade on the cobblestones eating ice creams and drinking Belgian Bier. The atmosphere was electric with joy and celebration…and as we found out, there was also good reason as National day was coming up and the king was abdicating ...


    A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky on Jun 25, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... currently a tourism office called "Navibelgium," and it has unfortunately been closed these past two days (hopefully it will be open on Tuesday when we return to Brussels for the day). However another valuable insight we had into pre-WWII local life was off a side street of Rue de la Montagne. After becoming disappointed discovering that 29 Rue de la Montagne was closed for the weekend, we decided to ask a local shopkeeper if there was anyone old who lived in the neighborhood ...