Sodehotel La Woluwe

5 Avenue E. Mounier, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Brussels-Capital Region, 1200, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert area of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, is near Cora, Stokkel Square, A Livre Ouvert, and Exception.
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    Travel Blogs from Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

    Downtown and Manneken Pis

    A travel blog entry by mwetzel on Mar 15, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    Last night (Friday night) we headed downtown all by ourselves! Yay, we're becoming big girls! We attempted to plan out our travel for the semester but the trains here are wayyy harder to navigate than in Germany so we have to wait for someone to help us out. On Friday our apartment internet stopped working for everything except my laptop. Our fridge is supposed to be fixed on Wednesday so ...

    "What kind of fool doesn't think about it?"

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Dec 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... are in town, and how late I can stay out without worry. I’ve developed a rapport with my team and my supervisor, and have reached the point where I can talk back and joke without fear of getting the boot. For all that, and for the welcome I received when I arrived, I’m still an outsider. Sure, I now know the people who take my tram in the morning, and I’ve said hello to my neighbours, but like what feels to be most ...

    Bruxelles Sprouting

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 04, 2013

    2 comments

    ... I get home. However, my area is full of lovely people. Many are immigrants, but all -whatever their first language may be - make an effort to understand my French. My landlady is a certified French-as-a-foreign-language teacher, and has taken it upon herself to correct my errors. It seems that, despite the best efforts of my French professors to convince me otherwise, my French is actually quite passable. People understand me, and I, for the most part, understand them. ...

    Capital no. 2

    A travel blog entry by travellingmart on Jul 04, 2013

    7 photos

    ... the elected president I am realising how much I have detached myself from this stuff. The abdication of King Albert caught up with us in Ghent whilst refreshing ourselves with Belgian's finest (no, not chocolate) and the Egyptian saga crept up on me when checking the weather on the BBC website. Weather is more important than politics, sometimes, me thinks.

    anyway, logging off now, Route planning an d sleep beckons for tomorrow's ride to Namur.
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    Rest & relaxation....

    A travel blog entry by katiemoberg on Sep 05, 2012

    ... our services, we asked the concierge for a restaurant recommendation & he sent us to a nearby French/Belgian restaurant. The food was reasonably priced & delicious! I had salmon & Kareem had lamb. We walked back to our hotel around 11:15 pm & fell right to sleep. The next morning, we did some light shopping in Brussels, then decided to venture into a nearby city called Brugge for the day. It's an hour train ride, so we left ...