Abberdeen Hotel

Address: Rue du Colombier 4, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Rue Neuve, Place des Martyrs, St. Jean Baptiste au Beguinage, and Waterstone's.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Not really a day.

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 16, 2014

... 10. It was scrum. We met some Americans and an English also traveling. On of the Americans was bike riding from Berlin to somewhere in Spain. Then helping out on a yacht where he will then arrive in Canada, and then travel back home.

CRAZY.

Anyway.. Way too many 11.3% beers for the two of us whom is about to travel to the next city tomorrow. GERMANY HERE WE COME.

Night.

Lex.
Tuesday 16th September 2014


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Brussels

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

18 photos

... with 4000 buildings, a third of those in the city. The reconstruction of the city centre,
effected during subsequent years, profoundly changed the appearance of
the city ...

Food of Brussels

A travel blog entry by whereamigoing on Jun 16, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... posing for a picture with the creepiest street performer I've ever seen. They also believe dragons live behind the old, wooden doors leading into part of the Grand Place. It's interesting to see the city through the eyes of kiddos. Mike drove today to France for the week for work. We're planning trips to the Aquarium and Natural History Museum. I'm sure there will be stops at the chocolate shops too with ...

Just take a left at the Häagen-Dazs

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 28, 2014

38 photos

... which started with player pianos and music boxes of all sizes. The music boxes were just tinier versions of the carillons we had seen in the Ghent belfry. The exhibit progressed to synthesizers and electric guitar.

Next up was more recent Western instruments. A lot of brass, harpsichords, and accordions. The weirdest instrument at this level was a glass harmonica (link goes to a video).

The ...

Day 41: Train after train

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Nov 27, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 31 (Delirium Xmas and Red)
# of monies found: 1.01 Euros, 8.05 ...