Hotel and Chaletpark Fauwater

Address: Lichtaartsebaan 104, Kasterlee, Antwerpen, 2460, Belgium | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Lichtaartsebaan 104, Kasterlee.
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    Travel Blogs from Kasterlee

    Huge Churches and a big silver atom

    A travel blog entry by hinekn on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... the king resides are numerous museums each designed for the area it represents. There is a large Pagoda as well as a building in a Chinese style.

    First stop on the bus was the Antomium - built for the 1958 worlds fair. We did not get to go in, but hope to go back on Friday. It is a very impressive structure and looks like, well a giant atom. We saw someone cleaning the outside - very high up. ...

    Day two and three in Belgium and Bruges

    A travel blog entry by karen.p.booth on Jul 14, 2014

    ... a double decker train so you got a view from the top. Bruges was beautiful and felt much calmer after the business of Brussels. Lots of old buildings and churches that opened right on the street. There was a cactus festival on which we found out was a music festival, but we did not see any of this. Once we found the town centre it wasn't too busy so we hired bikes for an hour for four euros. This was a much fast way to ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... be taken back. This is likely the area where you see the old archival movies of the trenches and under ground bunkers and the mud and eventually the use of gas, not only by the Germans but by the allies. The museum did a great job of displaying the horrific conditions including trenches and some of the original bunkers. It was drizzly, raining and cool while we were there, imagine 95 years ago in the mud and cold. If you came back from that, there was no way you came ...

    Preparations

    A travel blog entry by loesdeparade on Jan 23, 2013

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    ... pyjamas. And all I can think about is that I'll be the one stung by a stupid mosquito and have malaria for the rest of my life...

    I can prepare well but I will never be prepared for the cultural shock and that's scary. I like to be in control!

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    Niece's Birthday Party

    A travel blog entry by elinoz on Apr 16, 2011

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    We got up a bit too late today. Actually we got up in time, but getting out of that sofa afterwards after a night at the carnival was less fun...

    We had to be at Toon's at 3-3.30pm, and we finally got there a bit past 4 :)
    Still exhaused from the late night yesterday, we had to go and play and jump at the trampoline.

    The gifts we got Hannah were brilliant, ...