Auberge du Souverain

Address: 1-3 Ave de la Fauconnerie, Watermael-Boitsfort, Brussels-Capital Region, 1170, Belgium | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located in the Watermael-Boitsfort area of Watermael-Boitsfort, is near Forêt des Soignes, Abbaye de la Cambre, Musee Wiertz, and Children's Museum (Musee des Enfants).
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    A travel blog entry by joanmag on Oct 04, 2015

    ... but managed to find a spot for an iced tea - my favoured drink at present. Tried the famous Belgium frites that I'd heard spoken of. Soft inside and crisp and brown on the outside. Something I've noticed, there's not many obese people about. I'm wondering if it's due to folk walking a lot. Probably a different diet but also people walk a lot, up and down stairs and using the metro rather than cars door to door. Just an ...

    This Land is Your Land

    A travel blog entry by sarahmarceca on Feb 09, 2015

    57 photos

    ... and we took a beer tour with a tour guide that Emily fell in love with. She claimed that our guide was her 'spirit animal' and emily wants to be a 'beer hipster' like her. The tour was really really interesting and we got to try like 8 different flavors at 4 different bars. For dinner that night we went to a resturant called Georgies which is suppose to be famous for their twice deep fried french fries ...

    Splosh 2

    A travel blog entry by garyorme on Feb 02, 2015

    55 photos

    ... materialized out of the mist, hopes were high of an exciting visit. In practise however this little hamlet was more a tourist trap, still we all were tourists, what did we expect? The small cheese factory was fun and we both worked hard to improve our cheese tasting skills. Too soon the day was coming to an end as we all headed back to Amsterdam on the coach with rustling bags full of all the stuff we had promised ourselves not to buy!

    Next trip, Belgium by train with both of ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Sep 14, 2014

    27 photos

    ... and 4 days in Europe. It has been a great adventure. A few ups and downs and a few miserable days due to weather but over all it has been great. It has been a really good taster for when we hope to do a big European trip again. We prepared for this trip but will learnt we should of been better equipped with maps and motorhome stops. We would also buy a scooter in place of or as well as the push bikes so we can get into and around cities easier. Goodbye to Europe for now....we will back! ...

    From Portcullises to Parliaments to Palaces

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 20, 2014

    ... Once we finally tore ourselves away from the horrors unfolding in the news, we headed over to the Port du Hal, a lone tower that at one point had been part of the medieval and early modern city walls. The exhibits inside were well put-together, if a little creepy at times. The horses that modeled the horse-armor and mounted knight were taxidermied and showing their age (nevermind they were the wrong type of horse). As a medievalist and historian, however, ...