AAAWA Bed and Breakfast

Address: Leopold De Waelstraat 11, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000 , Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Leopold De Waelstraat 11, Antwerp, is near Mode Museum (MoMu), Kammenstraat, De kookwinkel Soly, and Ann Demeulemeester.
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      Going home

      A travel blog entry by viktorfraser on Dec 28, 2014

      Today we get up at 4AM. My uncle drives us to Antwerp in Belgium. That's just 40 minutes by car. From Antwerp we take the express bus to Amsterdam airport. We are the only 4 people in the whole bus! That was cool, I could sit all the way at the front.

      In Amsterdam airport some of my mom's friends and my oma are waiting to say goodbye to us.

      Then we go to the gate and take a big ...

      Nele Tour of Antwerp

      A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Sep 24, 2013

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      ... we enjoyed in the morning mist.
      From the museum, we set off on foot towards the city centre. The next stop was the Carolus Borromeus Church accross for the Antwerp museum. This was a small church, its interior glamorized with many fine paintings by Rubens, the famous Flemish baroque artist.
      We continued onwards to the city centre and the Grand City Hall, adorned with hundreds of flags of the world. Before it stood ...

      Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

      A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 16, 2013

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      ... I spent most of my time in the corridor looking at the marvelous view of the Rhine. However, there were good points - we got to know our fellow travelers for one! One couple were Aussies that were spending a few months in the area - a fount of information. And an older German lady who understood us very well and loved to take part in the conversations.

      The Middle Rhine stretch from Bingen to Koblenz is a river valley straight out of a picture book, ...

      Amazing day in Brussels!

      A travel blog entry by shannonk79 on Jan 02, 2013

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      So I dragged myself out of bed after recovering from a night of total...self-indulgence to put it mildly! Took a hop-on-hop-off bus around most of the northern part of the city which was great to see all kinds of things! Went out to the atomium, which is an odd structure the Belgians build for the 58 expo! Anyone seen the movie contact, with Jodie Foster...ya, like that!!! You actually use ...

      Onwards to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by johnrglen on Jul 16, 2012

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      ... were locals. The Gentse Feesten was the major attraction this week. It's a week long party with music and drama for the local population with around 2 million visitors over the course of the festival. Hopped on a train this morning to Antwerpen and to get a connection onto Amsterdam. Hopefully I won't have the outrageous tourist prices of Bruges to deal with. Up to 10 euros a waffle ...