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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
Today we moved into Antwerp. We wanted to stay in Brugge instead but the accommodation was really expensive so we decided to stay here and do a day trial to Brugge the next day. Antwerp was quite a bug and very clean city- the hostel we stayed in was great and quite new. I think it may have been 15-20 each but it was right in town/near the train station and was really super clean. It has a student accommodation upstairs ...
... It also houses some of Rubens' most famous paintings. From here lunch and a walk past Rubens house, to our final stop. An extremely impressive structure, check the pictures and see if you can guess what it is.
Overall, a great tour, well appreciated from a pregnant guide! We spent the evening in playing a great game called Munchkin (simple and fun dungeons and dragons style game), along with enjoying some beer and cheese. A good ...
... name, was Marksburg above Braubach (before we got to Koblenz). Thanks to its formidable defenses, medieval invaders decided to give Marksburg a miss, and it is the best-preserved castle on the Rhine.
Great train trip. The train went through Bingen at 14.06, Koblenz at 14.41, Andernach at 14.56, Remagen at 15.08, and Bonn at 15.20. Arrived in Cologne at 15.42 - ran down the platform, down the stairs, up the stairs ...... could hear a train arriving or ...
... We had a really nice lunch in one of the Greek restaurants which was very friendly and a reasonable price. There are many such restaurants in the area and they all seem to have very similar menus and prices.
We spent a very pleasant day walking around the streets and buying chocolate in the local shops. We returned to the hotel for a well earned rest. The next mornng was very rainy and so we headed for the train station early and headed home after a good and enjoyable trip.
... I went to a museum from a family who ran printing presses for 300 years from the 1500's. It was turned into a museum once they stopped printing so it has lots of interesting objects inlcuding 2 of the worlds oldest printing presses. The house and workshops are interesting in themselves, walls with big paintings or tapestries and a lot of rooms with guilt leather on the walls. I then found a place ...
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Tolstraat 26, Antwerp | Hotelfrom $66