The Big Sleep

Address: Kromme Elleboogstraat 4, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Kromme Elleboogstraat 4, Antwerp, is near Plantin - Moretus Museum, Mode Museum (MoMu), Bazar Bizar, and Nexus Six Again.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Farewell Belgium, hello Holland

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 11, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... and it worked.

We arrived at Bergen op Zoom following a side channel with transit marks and found it was a box mooring. With our dinghy on the back this is a problem if no-one helps with the lines as we can't get off to tie the lines. There was a strong side wind and John just about got us in at first attempt before ST was caught with a gust and blown to a bad position. He accelerated out and did another turn and got it in this time helped by the couple ...

Brussels in Belgium

A travel blog entry by christianmeyer on Sep 10, 2013

7 photos

We stayed at an apartment outside Brussels. It was a large apartment next to a farmer.

We went to see the Atomium first. This was built for the 1958 World Expo and looks like a molecule (do not understand what a molecule does but looks pretty cool).

After we went to see the Dinosaur Expo and all of the dinosaurs moved. Amazing how their eyes move, their breathing ...

Simply Antwerp

A travel blog entry by rochella.vanoel on May 10, 2013

6 photos

... to make sure you get as much discount as possible.

Antwerp is famous for its diamond and you will find a jewelry shop at almost every corner. The shops are owned for 90% by the Jewish. You can be sure that you will see a lot of Jewish people dressed in their traditional clothes. The first time my children saw someone dressed as they do he was amazed and asked why those people dress that way. Now he has learned that it is tradition he had something exiting to tell at ...

Across the (mill) Pond?

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Apr 15, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

... during the day. I would have thought that those on board whose body clocks must be acclimatised to such matters would take the changes in their stride. But at 15.20 this afternoon the Chief Mate appeared on the bridge and as soon as he opened the door from the internal stairway and could see out towards the bow, swore in German. He then said in English, "I thought it was night time. I’m too early" and after being offered coffee by the 2nd ...

Brave New World

A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Feb 07, 2012

13 photos

... to the Grand-Place area, and took some smaller side streets to get more accumulated to the area. While roaming the streets, I found some places that would be nice to sit and relax and read a book with coffee. And some places that would be fun at night... if I ever find someone to hang out with. lol. There were more people around today because it was Tuesday, and most museums are closed on Mondays. Also, I got my first real Belgian Waffle! I skipped past the ...