How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews be Manos Anderlecht
Travel Blogs from Anderlecht
... little off about it was it was clearly intended for Europeans and to educate Europeans about the EU institutions [and we’re Americans interloping]."
In the gift shop, Ben came across a book entitled The Xenophobe’s Guide to Poland. A tidbit goes as follows: Recapping the legend about the three brothers, Czech, Lech, and Rus, walking East, in which Czech found a nice place to settle down and stopped, and then Lech saw an ...
... a small street not unlike those in the red light district, with prostitutes (oddly, working during the day) posing and beckoning behind their windows; the Botanic Gardens, its exhibition centre and multitude of bronze sculptures; past the Congress Column and some great views over the city; and finishing off at the cathedral, a beautiful building rather similar in appearance to the Notre Dame in Paris, though rather less decorated inside. Back in the centre I went to get a paper ...
... of Paris was very different to that of three months previously. The locals seemed warmer and more helpful. We even had two people ask us if we needed help on the same day! We think that it must be because tourist season is now over. Paris gets so many visitors that the locals must get very intolerant of them. I mean after all we come into their country without knowing any French and expect them to communicate with us in English. As the old lady helping us with ...
... but we made it with plenty of time to spare. The bus ride was quite comfortable, however, I made the mistake of trying to catch up on my journal during the journey. This made me feel really sick and looking out the window wasn't helping. When we were almost in Paris I couldn't take it anymore and began to heave. I was panicking as I had nothing to vomit into. Nathan had to ask the driver for a bag. Luckily I hadn't eaten anything for hours and all I ...
... Count of Flanders Diederik van de Elzas. The count arrived with it in Bruges on April 7, 1150 and placed it in a chapel he had built on Burg Square.