De Granaetappel

Hoogstraat 30, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Condo
 

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In and Around Antwerp

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... 2nd World War when the Allies needed a port further east than Normandy to support the advance into Germany. Antwerp is the capital of Flanders which has memories for Kiwis from the 1st World War. The port has now regained its former glory status and is one of the largest in Europe, handling over 180 million tonnes of cargo a year – it is also the world’s largest banana port - so I guess that ...

Brief but beautiful

A travel blog entry by caroline.strett

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... and Brussels are a mere two hours apart).



Anyway, still feeling the effects of our last night/morning in Amsterdam, we bowled around the classic sightseeing spots with as much efficiency as we could muster in our hazy state. That perhaps explains why Antwerp seemed particularly pretty to us, however I think its traditional yet quirky charm goes beyond that. The architecture (which neither of us really have the faintest clue about, but like to pretend we do) ...

Brave New World

A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho

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... European Parliment. Call me a Poly Sci Dork, but this was my favorite part of the day, the Parlimentarium. It is a small museum with a few exhibitions on the European Parliament, the beginnings, the diversity, and workings. But, I think why it really got me was the inter activeness and how technologically advanced the exhibits were. First, you could experience the exhibits in 27 different languages, and they give you an iPod Touch in your language that senses what ...

Brussels Airport

A travel blog entry by wilf_day

Actually the signage is excellent. It's clear where we go.

But try buying a cup of coffee when your only currency is Canadian dollars and rupees, and the coffee shop uses Euros. Luckily they'll take a credit card. For a cup of coffee? Truly we are now members of ...

More than just diamonds

A travel blog entry by ardnopes

... immediately-likable place. It's much bigger than Gent, and much more of a city, so perhaps not as immediately approachable, but it's really a great place. It feels a bit tatty in places, but that adds to the charm: it's not a place that's just preserved as a museum for tourists.

Our hours there were spent doing the typical tourist stuff: seeing the cathedral, wandering the historic center, checking out the main shopping ...

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This condo, located on Hoogstraat 30, Antwerp, is near Town Hall (Stadhuis), Vlaeykensgang, Brabo, and City Hall.
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