La Vieille Lanterne

Address: 29 rue des Grands Carmes, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Manneken Pis, Poechenellekelder, Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate (Musee du Cacao et du Chocolat), and Planète Chocolat.
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      Travel Blogs from Brussels

      Hallo Belgium

      A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Dec 12, 2014

      45 photos

      ... take place on the continent!

      Ninety minutes on the tarmac and finally we have take-off. Arriving in Brussels at 8pm, it's pouring with rain, and we finally make it to the Mei***** hotel around 9pm (which by the way is very new age and a wicked layout). Kev and I haven't done a lot of research this trip, and didn't even know what language they speak... Quickly learn its Flemish, but a lot of French, Dutch and German too. Sucrebleau - the limited French I do know comes about ...

      Living in an Uptown World

      A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Oct 12, 2014

      24 photos

      Wake up early and check-out of my nice hotel, dropping my bags off at the front desk so I can freely walk around Upper Town. Beautiful day so head down to the Grand Place first to check it out, looking great, and grab some breakfast. Decide to get a leige-waffle with strawberries, whipped cream and chocolate. Absolutely incredible. Love Belgian food.

      Following my little breakfast, head up to the Upper Town and decide that I am ...

      The land of Waffles, Chocolate, and French Fries

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 31, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... of a large church. Happy to have found what we were looking for we browsed the rows of tents, taking a look at all of the interesting things that were being sold. Luckily for us there wasn’t anything that we just couldn’t live without (and since we don’t speak French there was zero chance of us getting a good deal on anything we did have our eyes on) so we decided to continue up the hill to explore this new part of town. ...

      Mannequin de pis

      A travel blog entry by pcann_pie on Aug 01, 2014

      7 photos

      ... made the shopkeeper pretty upset. He couldn't speak English very well and was just telling in what I assumed to be French with a crazy Belgian accent. Anyways, I ended up just tossing him a 5€ bill and leaving as soon as I could because it didn't seem like the greatest of situations haha! After the eventful day in Brussels, we then got back on to the bus and headed for ...

      Exploring Bruxelles

      A travel blog entry by gcv on Jun 09, 2014

      5 comments, 10 photos

      ... of course, a Belgian waffle.

      Next we boarded a hop-on, hop-off bus that took us all over the city to the main attractions. It was a great way to get an overview of Brussels. The boys got a kick out of sitting on top of the double decker bus.

      One of the most interesting sights is The Atomium, a gigantic atom made from steel and aluminum that has become a symbol for Brussels. It was created for the World's Fair in 1958 ...