Au Repos des Chasseurs

Address: Ave. Charle-Albert 11, Watermael-Boitsfort, Brussels-Capital Region, 1170, Belgium | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located in the Watermael-Boitsfort area of Watermael-Boitsfort, is near Forêt des Soignes, Abbaye de la Cambre, Children's Museum (Musee des Enfants), and Quartier de L'Ilot Sacre.
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Travel Blogs from Watermael-Boitsfort

Taking the Pis: Brussels

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 12, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... situated in the former 'Old England' Department Store which is delightfully Art Nouveau in style. Pete opts for coffee in their cafe on the rooftop, while I enjoy too short a time in this fabulous interactive museum. It's a display of musical instruments from all over the world, and the Audio hand piece plays samples of some of the instruments as you walk around. Fabulous flutes, lutes accordions, drums initially from the folk traditions, then upstairs ...

A tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Apr 05, 2015

5 photos

... 1 Tram handily waiting outside headed for Centrum. Not being entirely sure where we disembark, we jump off at the first signs of a “tourist hub”. It’s more of a local’s Sunday market, but a short walk brings us to a T-Junction at Limburgstraat – we look right and we see St Nicholas’ Church, St Bavo’s Cathedral (covered in scaffolding) and the Belfort - all beautiful, but where is the canal? All those ...

No Brussel Sprouts in Brussels

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 10, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... Sunday and the supermarkets would probably be closed. I tried anyway, but both the nearby large supermarkets were shut, and the only things open were corner shops selling small packets of rice crispies, bags of sugar, ice creams and that sort of thing. While I was walking back to the hostel I saw two people pushing an old car that apparently would not start, I went over and they didn't speak any English but I was at least able to help them push for a bit. Once some ...

Art and Cholcoate

A travel blog entry by sburton on Jun 28, 2014

13 photos

... Brussels. We toured a hospital museum which is in a 800 year old building which contained objects and artworks left behind by the nuns and monks. Then we visited a church with contained very impressive wood carvings and painting. The most famous is Michelangelo's world famous Madonna and Child. Adam learned that Michelangelo is someone other than a Ninja Turtle!

Bruges is known for their chocolate art work. Displays ...

If It's Tuesday, We Must Be in Belgium!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

24 photos

... and interpret the Bible. Pretty handy for them, huh? Tyndale was a contemporary of Martin Luther (you remember 95 Theses nailed to church at Wittenberg, Germany and the start of the Reformation). Long story short, Tyndale was betrayed and captured in Antwerp, Belgium and imprisoned in Vilvoorde Castle in 1535. He was tried and convicted of heresy in 1536 and strangled to death while tied to the stake, and then his body was burned. ...