Residence Marie-Therese

Rue Marie-Therese, Brussels, 1210, Belgium | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Rue des Bouchers, Parc de Bruxelles, Colonne du Congres, and Musee Charlier.
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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    Lost in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 11, 2014

    6 photos

    ... used up some free internet, and eventually had to pay. One girl flew alone, her flight was delayed. She was the only person we saw. It got to be 10:30 am. We finally went online, after paying more, and saw people posting on Facebook of our friends with Belgian waffles. We were angry, and tried calling/messaging everyone. Finally, our leader messaged us, saying they were leaving Brussels at 12:45. It was already 11:30, and we were still in the airport, ...

    Brussels

    A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on May 01, 2014

    ... the Atomium. This is a structure from the 1958 World Fair - consisting of nine gigantic balls representing an iron crystal lattice enlarged 165 billion times. It could be viewed vaguely with the rain - but managed to get some good shots when the sky cleared. It was 7pm and we got back to the hotel. There was a cinema just across the hotel we we watched the Russell Crow acting Noah. And had fast food fried chicken for dinner (Hector ...

    Brussels

    A travel blog entry by calicait on Apr 08, 2014

    37 photos

    ... go. Matt made the decision to go left and just keep walking that way, assuming we'd find Emma over yonder. Well, we didn't find Emma, but what we did find was a whole lot of graffiti, abandoned buildings, torn up fences, and trash everywhere. We had stumbled into the not-so-nice side of town, and nobody wanted to help us. Matt and I wandered a bit more trying to find our way out of this portion of Brussels, and an hour later, ...

    .christmas in brussels.

    A travel blog entry by _chelsea_ on Dec 25, 2013

    16 photos

    ... known for their delicious mussels --- it was a must try in both of our seafood-loving opinions. 17 euro for an enormous bucket chalk full of monster sized mussels soaking in a potent white wine sauce lands at our table, both of our mouths drop open; and we are not disappointed! the pizza was perfect. the beer just phenomenal. and the mussels to die for! the perfect place to enjoy our unassuming christams meal in this stunning city!


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    Still with the Bus Trouble?

    A travel blog entry by melendra on May 02, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... interactive things for the kids to play with, from scent mazes to building a nest out of giant tubes. There were also many short videos organized into different areas based on what they were about, such as how parents take care of (or don't take care of) their babies; what threats different baby animals face and how those threats are resolved (this area allowed you to select either a happy, sad, or funny resolution); ...