Boulevard Leopold Bed & Breakfast

135 Belgielei, Antwerp, Antwerpen, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on 135 Belgielei, Antwerp, is near Cogels - Osy lei, Diamondland, Stadspark, and De kookwinkel Soly.
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    Travel Blogs from Antwerp

    Rail to Antwerp

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Aug 05, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... the main shopping area on the other. We are about 20 minutes walk from the venue for Kieren's dance competition. The owner met us on arrival, briefed us on how everything worked, then departed. At last, time to pause and have a cold Belgium beer - lovely. Even the more so because by now Stu's body had decided that it had given up rejecting him. Hopefully, that state of affairs will continue for some time to ...

    Brussels 3.0

    A travel blog entry by melendra on May 18, 2013

    13 photos

    ... they get bored. Aside from this pricing issue, Sage and I both enjoyed the aquarium, especially the audio tour. It was full of interesting details, and I learned odd things.

    After the aquarium, we met Joe for lunch at the hotel and then headed to the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate. This is a small museum that has received very mixed reviews on TripAdvisor, but we decided to give it a try because you get ...

    Day of Rest: Antwerp

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 25, 2012

    3 photos

    ... and indeed the city at large, were the site of one of the Counter-reformation’s greatest successes. Enraged by the Protestant domination of Europe, Spain’s King Phillip II, a Catholic, spent vast resources not only conquering much of Europe, including the Netherlands, but also commissioning sensational works of art that would shine new light on Catholic doctrine and draw followers back to the church. Among his most powerful tools in this effort ...

    Brussels - The real Paris

    A travel blog entry by robotsthatfly on May 19, 2012

    25 photos

    Driving to Brussels we decided to take
    a scenic route and check out the seaside... beaches are also done a
    lot different here. They dont have a lot of sand...or waves..
    we had lunch at this little seaside
    restarant that had no english, after adam tried to explain fish and
    chips to the waitress, we ended up with large gamba..which ...

    The home of Diamond's!!

    A travel blog entry by adambrownell on Sep 14, 2011

    9 photos

    ... of a night. There were about 8 of us from the hostel - and lets just say it was night we won't forget!
    The next day I decided to book in again and did a day trip to Ypres in the far west of Belgium. Just outside of this beautiful town is Tyne Cot Cemetery, where nearly 12,000 Commonwealth troops rest following the first World War. The largest of its kind, the place was amazing and a true credit ...