De Joker Bed & Breakfast

Address: Glazeniersstraat 37, Turnhout, Antwerpen, 2300 , Belgium | B&B
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This B&B is located on Glazeniersstraat 37, Turnhout.
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Rails and tales + John's latest flames!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 12, 2012

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... signage. It stopped raining and so we left it on the bottom press studs and ready to lift again if needed. Fortunately it wasn't. We arrived at Terheijden turning and as John turned into the dyke he was greeted with the small foot and cycle ferry coming out at full speed. He managed to stop and waited for them to come out, and we went in and moored up. The ferry man came over and with his "other hat" is the harbour master who said we could ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... I see the fifties as the end of an era, rather than the beginning.
* Many of the children's books I read dealt with other times, other cultures. Has it paved the way for me to be opened towards others cultures, or did I read these books because I wanted to know about them in the first place? I can't remember.

The "leanest" solution would have been ripping all cd's and throwing them away. But that's too good to be true :) First of all, it's illegal. That would ...

Quality time with Family & Friends in Belgium

A travel blog entry by vdc on Dec 30, 2010

13 photos

... stories. However, as always, time was too short and the fantastic Breughel buffet provided a tasty distraction.

On my actual birthday we went for a long night walk at De Liereman, a local nature reserve. Belgium had been witnessing the fiercest winter since the end of World War II (confirmed by my grandfather) and it had turned De Liereman into an amazing winter wonderland. Under the leadership of my ...

Live and learn

A travel blog entry by djreed on Sep 25, 2010

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Today, Saturday, we collected Bennie, got all the instructions and paperwork and headed to Ikea to purchase the necessary things for the van, like bedding and dishes. We spent over an hour at Ikea buying lots of necessities. Nothing like spending an hour on a Saturday afternoon in a crowded Ikea. But we got most of what we needed. We couldn't find sleeping bags or a small heater, so we decided to just head out and stop along the way at a different ...

A Backwards Glance at Five Days in Deutschland

A travel blog entry by jcbl-martin on Aug 21, 2010

4 comments, 62 photos

... looking out over the pasturelands of the region, and the upclose views of the castle itself are pretty impressive, if you can just momentarily forego the reality of the sacrifices the people of this land gave for the personal gains of their mad king.

In the rolling countryside of southern Germany is the wonderful little old walled fortress town of Rothenburg ob du Tauber. Surprisingly, even ...