B&B De Casteleer

Address: Pastorijstraat 38, Kasterlee, Antwerpen, 2460, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Kasterlee

Day 18-19: Rosslyn Chapel and Fairshaw Rigg

A travel blog entry by nostalgi3 on Aug 12, 2014

12 photos

... Scottish grounds: a Tesco supermarket to stock up on goods we cannot find at home. The car is really loaded and ready for the last bit of the trip. We have a B&B booked in Hexham, which already back on English territory. The rain keeps pouring so that we can only head out for some food and stay at the B&B for the rest of the night. Day 19: The wind is roaring outside but the sun is also present. We sit at breakfast with 2 couples and also ...

Belgium - #1

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Apr 12, 2014

7 photos

... The Dutch countryside is extremely green and tidy, dotted with Holsteins and Ayeshires. No fences are needed to contain the animals as narrow canal ditches do the job with gates only at the bridges. The Antwerp train station is a huge and ornate building built around 1900 with 4 levels covered entirely by a huge skylight. Like every train station we have visited, there is a Starbucks at one end. Just outside the station is the Diamond district. This is a secret industry, so ...

From beer to bridges

A travel blog entry by dawnc on Sep 12, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... from the bus and also go back into the city centre as I saw it was quite walkable. The statue is just small. It is called the emigrant and represents the 3 million people who left through the Port of Antwerp in the 19th century, mostly heading for US or Canada. The rain had cleared and back in the city I was tempted by a horse tram ride. Sitting up on the top level I was almost level with the first floor of the buildings. From this vantage point you see right into shops. ...

My Indian Home Town, Holland Reunion & Job Hunting

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Feb 09, 2011

72 photos

... cold but beautiful!

My first Holland weeks are spend readjusting to Holland way of life, settling into my temp room at my best friends home (Miranda & Roel) and of course reunited with my brother and his bigger fam, my parents, the chocolate shop (and its delicious chocolate)! Also my last hospital visit, time to remove those pins and getting my arm back! So with this attitude I arrive at the hospital… another X-ray to check all is ok. I tell the doctor ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... nog maar 1 stap te gaan!), nieuwe recepten te proberen, met de kat te spelen, te gaan trainen, familie en vrienden te zien. Wat een leven!
En elke ochtend een uurtje skype met de vriendin, dan is de dag meteen goed begonnen!
I'm not busy selling stuff (and boy, does it eat time!) I'm fulltime
thinking about the visum (only one step to go!), trying new recipes,
playing with my cat, going to the gym, meeting friends and family. What a
lovely ...