Yellow Submarine

Falconplein 51, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000 , Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Falconplein 51, Antwerp, is near Vlaeykensgang, Steen Castle, Flandria Line, and Bazar Bizar.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp


A travel blog entry by yatnic25 on Jul 26, 2013

27 photos

... river that I came across Het Steen, a medieval fortress that was built after the Viking incursions in the early Middle Ages as the first stone fortress of Antwerp. It is not only one of Antwerp's oldest buildings, but it used to be the city's ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by misneach on Dec 07, 2012

... way and they weren't there, only to discover that despite all publication online they are not in the main square but start a street back from it and spread through town.
Looked around at it all, didn't buy anything as everything was essentially Hats, Scarves and Food! but still a nice experience to be ...

Museums in Antwerp

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Mar 30, 2012

32 photos

... was really interesting as now I might know how to make big hollow eggs from stupid plastic moulds as that’s what they were using! (except they got their chocolate from a not stop chocolate tap and I have to use a microwave and attempt not to burn it!).
Anyway after that I walked down the shopping street, past the ‘farmers building’ which is actually the first skyscraper ...

Ready? Set? Travel!!!!

A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Mar 27, 2012

7 photos

... a fountain and lots of statutes. I took a few pictures of them but what intrigued most was the set up of trees surrounding the park. They looked like nets. Badminton nets to be exact. Upon closer inspection I realize that they trained the trees to grow horizontally and blend into one another. Vertical sticks are then tied to the horizontal branches. See the picture to get a better idea. Its spring and the trees haven't filled in yet. ...

Chocolate, beer and lace

A travel blog entry by ari.paul on May 19, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... in hand we went up to our apartment room on the 4th floor. We had just checked into a hotel without seeing or speaking to any hotel staff. Our room was lovely. It was split into two rooms by a dividing wall, one had a couch and tv and the other had the bed, another TV and study nook. Once we'd set up shop before heading out for some dinner. We found a nice restaurant where I ordered a burger with chips, and Az ordered an omelet with chips. Both tasted fantastic and ...