Camping de Molen

Address: Thonetlaan - Jachthavenweg, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2050, Belgium | Campground
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This campground, located on Thonetlaan - Jachthavenweg, Antwerp, is near Het Steen, Steen Castle, Vleeshuis (Butcher's Hall), and Walter.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

The Slide Of Death

A travel blog entry by ross4278 on May 22, 2013

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... piece of apparatus, and in her defence, there were no instructions to be found on how to use it. The initial mount and jump were text book, the problem began when she neared the end of the wire. I perhaps should have mentioned that you hold on until the ride comes to a complete stop, but unfortunately she let go. The cracking sound of her neck as it hit the floor was quite something and scared some local deer a few ...

Rainy Brussels

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 08, 2013

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... another beggar with her kid hassling me. The kid kept touching me and I'm fully aware they try train them as pickpockets, so I told her in no uncertain terms to not ******* touch me or she'd be kicked. She moved then.

So I was pretty glad to be out of that place but it then took me ages to drive out again. I did notice as I was heading out of the city that they are building loads of new houses and road etc, so glad to see my EU taxes are being spent ...

Ciao TT!

A travel blog entry by katiemoberg on Sep 07, 2012

... out, called a cab & got a ride to the Hilton that we couldn't find before. We checked in around 2 pm, walked to the center plaza & got lunch, took photos, etc. We also proactively walked to the train station we need to go to in the morning so we know exactly where we are going! :-) we also already bought our tickets. With the car dropped off & the last leg of our journey coming to an end, we reflected at lunch on what our favorite parts were. ...

When it's time to move on...

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on May 13, 2012

2 comments, 19 photos

... focus seems to be more on preserving the family unit. It is for this reason, everything is nearly shut down on Sundays in France and why the government celebrates so many "bank holidays" throughout the year. Then again, I've met my share of people who say Paris is a "live to work" culture. At the end of the day, "working to live" is a matter of choice.

Hands down, Paris has the best shopping for men's clothes that I've seen. ...

Antwerp, red light district and Bornem

A travel blog entry by abbyandmorry on Jun 13, 2011

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... about meaning stopping sedimentation).  We thought all the  chocolate hands had some religious significance. Wrong! Just arrived in Bornem from Mechlen.  We all overslept this morning. Luckily, they serve a late breakfast and because the ride is short, the van taking our luggage did not arrive until 10am, leaving us time to eat and pack. I left my small bag with my phone, passport and small amount of cash in the dining room, which was promptly returned to me ...