De Bedstay B&B

Address: Burchtgracht 43, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Burchtgracht 43, Antwerp, is near City Hall, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Het Steen, and Vleeshuis (Butcher's Hall).
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Teva's for everyone!

A travel blog entry by nomadkids on Jan 13, 2015

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WE KNOW. It's the ugliest shoe on earth. But the best ever made to travel in hot and wet countries!
They survived our previous trips. And although we kind of hoped to have lost them...we found them in the basement, waiting for their new adventure.
And... the girls love them so much (we made a whole marketing plan to sell them :-)), Camille wanted to wear them all the time this Christmas. Even to go to school...

So here they are again: THE TEVA'S!

Farm Kid on a Foreign Metro

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 07, 2014

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... year old girl at the counter what to do. She said we could get a Go Pass (10 rides on Belgian Rail, as long as your under 26, for 51 Euros) for both of us, and we had the airport tax. We found the station we needed, had some trouble at first figuring it out.
The metros have first and second class here. The cars are labeled with a one or two. The conductors blow a whistle, and if you try to run up to jump on they don't let you. Workers come through the ...

City of Diamonds

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Jan 20, 2014

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Antwerp is Europe's third-largest port and center for contemporary fashion. Antwerp is known as the "City of Diamonds" for its role as a major cutting and trading center of the diamond industry.

We decided in order to travel as much as possible we need to cut back on some expenses. We decided the hotel was least important, but our hostel today came ...

More mussels in Brussels

A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 17, 2013

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... so we rested in the room before supper.We located a not too touristy restaurant called the Poules Moules. I had the mussels in wine sauce (a Belgian regular dish) and Joanne had Flemish beef stew. Both of us had Belgian frites. Both were quite excellent. The mussels came in a Large pot cooked with wine, celery, onions and I had a bucket for the shells (can anyone say Mr. Creosote, for Monty Python fans). I asked the waitress how many mussels there were and ...

Unexpected News

A travel blog entry by melendra on Mar 01, 2013


... paperwork (which still hadn’t arrived at my parents’ house).

4) Someone at the US Embassy contacted someone at the Luxembourgish Embassy.

5) Yesterday the US Embassy called to tell us that because we’re living in Luxembourg without the residents’ permit we are in violation of Luxembourgish law. We must therefore leave Luxembourg immediately.

That’s all we know.

Needless to say, we had a moment or two of ...