Ambassador Suites Leuven

Sint-Maartenstraat 12d, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3000, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sint-Maartenstraat 12d, Leuven, is near Groot Begijnhof, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Old Market Square (Oude Markt), and Great Market Square (Grote Markt).
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    Travel Blogs from Leuven

    Leuven

    A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 06, 2013

    14 photos

    ... nicest curries I had had in a long time. I did also succeed in spilling it down myself which is par for the course when I'm eating.

    I briefly went into the main square and took some photos but the light wasn't very good and then into the Oude Market which was full of bars and heaving with students (don't they have work to do?) I would highly recommend Leuven from the small parts i've seen for people who like bar culture, as it is very much happening ...

    Exploring Belgium

    A travel blog entry by elysetopher on Nov 10, 2012

    15 photos

    Yesterday we drove to Ghent for the day which is about an hours drive. The town was really gothic like and the buildings were really interesting. But to be honest we both weren't in the mood for sight seeing. We have done so much of it lately sometimes you just need a break plus there seemed to be a whole lot of weirdos around. Don't let me put you off Ghent it is another nice town but if you have been to a couple in Belgium that's plenty enough. So ...

    Belgium: In three parts..

    A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011

    3 comments

    ... be there and see it all was just so amazing. We were taken to Hill 60, which had basically been untouched since the war. We just had to imagine no grass, greenery or trees, but instead mud and nothingness for kilometers. We saw the Menin gate in the town of Ypers, which houses the names of over 35 000 men who died in battle whose bodies were not recovered. We saw a presevered trench which was amazing. The Tyne Cot Cemetery which is the largest War cemetery ...

    Long Days, Long Hours

    A travel blog entry by amattucci on May 19, 2011

    1 comment

    ... you don't hear much about it in the US. But maybe that's just because there's a stigma surrounding the matter. That was a big challenge that a lot of the groups had to deal with. But as I organized the results and comments from "the jury" it was interesting to see how different two people might view a campaign. Granted, the jury members were from all over Europe and have different cultures, but some campaigns would score all 1s and 2s with one person, and all 9s and 10s ...

    Of Brussels and Bruges

    A travel blog entry by tomfonder on Nov 29, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... and space lost as the crisp, outer coating of each gave way to creamy, soft centres that simply melt in your mouth. My only regret is that we didn’t purchase the entire store.

    As Bruges began to wake up, so too did the amount of people packed into its central Market Square - an almost miniature Grand Place with even further Gothic architectural splendours and Christmas Market to call its own, centred around an ice skating rink. Even after hot chocolates ...