Leopold de Waelplaats 28, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Day 10 - Movin' On

A travel blog entry by lauzian


... easy enough, with the city being quite compact and walkable. Made a mental note to try some beer while here, as every building seems to have a shop that sells it. Settling into our hotel, we admired the panoramic view of Brussels before setting out to find a supermarket to stock up our kitchenette. Armed with several foreign delicacies, we wandered back in the sunshine to settle in for the night in our twin beds pushed together, ready to explore the city properly ...

Fast, wet, marvellous and delicious.

A travel blog entry by dawn16


... bargains. One thing was a new bag to go with my Paris dress. We had a nice lunch at a cafe right next to the cathedral. And then we went into the cathedral itself. Even though it was not the biggest church I have seen on my trip once I went in it was amazingly big and felt like it was the biggest. It was interesting to learn from our guide about the history and what they did with the paintings over the years. We left, ready for our pick-up as Pieter ...

The Best of Brussels

A travel blog entry by ellax


... severe onset of jet lag and hunger as I was reluctant to give in to the vending machine solution. Surprisingly, very few Belgians I encountered spoke english - even directions were hard to come by. My limited French was able to assist with this, aided by the fact that I was a single girl trekking through the (below freezing) winter cold, allthe while towing a suitcase behind me. This scenario came to be particularly ...

Why You Should Couchsurf

A travel blog entry by orianapacker


I had the best time in Brussels. The absolute best. I was immediately impressed by how diverse and multicultural Brussels itself is (as it should be-- it's the capital of the European Union). I was awed at the grandiosity of the Grand Place, a plaza with towering gold-encrusted guildhalls centering the area. I was tickled at how small the famed Mannekin Pis really is ...

Beer, Beth and Belgium

A travel blog entry by btn


... in chocolate and beer shops, weeing out various liquids. I found this quite hilarious.
We wentto a pub in the afternoon,calle Delirium Cafe This place has over 2000 beers and is obviously really popular with both locals and tourists. Brussels is famous for its fruit beers, so we went to town. I tried a mango beer, a cherry beer and a banana beer. Eddy had a coconut and a strawberry beer. The coconut beer came in a little coconut shell thing – quite cool. There ...


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