I'm arranging a weekend in Brussels for a group of 12 adults. On the Saturday night I'm trying to find a bar/club that has a restaurant attached to it where we can have something to eat first, then a bit of partying until late. Nothing too pricey/flashy - group age range is late 20's to mid 30's.
Anyone got any recommendations of somewhere suitable? Ideally centrally located (no more than 15 mins walk from Grande Place)
I'm organising a bachelor party to Brussels.
Whilst booking, one of the people I spoke to mentioned a tradition for the groom to wear a badges/pins of some sort on their shirt and they are required to approach woman to ask them to remove them in exchange for something.
I've googled it but not been able to find anything.
Is there such a tradition? Or is someone having a joke with me?
hello there , i am going to this nice city , my flight is to amsterdam , i want to know the cheapest way to reach from amsterdam airport to antewerb, possibly by train, tellme how i can do this
and tell me some cheap hotel name in antwerb for 2 or 3 nights
want to have email friend in antwerb maybe he hse can show me the city
I've booked tomorrow night in a hotel on the Henegouwenkaai 33, Brussels, 1080. I need parking for tomorrow (late afternoon) and Monday all day.
So, I would like to know:
- can I park on the streets at or near this address and what would I have to pay?
- at this address, do I have anything to do with red, blue and green zones?
- at this address, do I have anything to do with the 'bewonerszone' where one would need a parking pass type A?
- what is the nearest P+R?
This is a long shot! Last July/August I asked for advice on this site for a suitable stop-over in Belgium. Someone suggested Durbuy and on his recommendation we booked a hotel there. We really, really loved it and had a fabulous few days there. I had never heard of the place before and was so glad to discover it. I intended thanking the person who made the suggestion but cannot find the post. I can find my post making the request and two replies but not the one suggesting Durbuy. It could have only been this site (Trip Advisor is the only other one I use.) Anyway, many thanks and - Durbuy is a lovely little town - a chateau, restaurants, pleasant shops, villagy atmosphere, river activities and the hotel we stayed in - Hotel Sanglier Des Ardennes, was great. Autumn Rose
Maybe the BeNeLux VT members can help me find an answer to this riddle: As I was touring the Ardenne river valleys last weekend, I was also trying to visit Durbuy. I did manage to enter the village, somewhat bewildered by the many cars that were parking well out of the place already. But then, as soon as I entered Durbuy -- boy, this IS a crowded place! Even though the houses looked very picturesque, I tried to get away from these masses as quickly as I could which proved difficult because there also was a first class traffic jam. What's the matter with this place? What makes it so popular that apparently all of Liege and half of Brussels plus a third of the Netherlands is squeezing into this tiny village??? Are there still summer holidays in Belgium? Win, definitely coming back, but during less popular times
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