De Residentie

Steenfortstraat 5 , Kasterlee, Antwerpen, 2460, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Steenfortstraat 5 , Kasterlee.
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Travel Blogs from Kasterlee

De overnachtingen

A travel blog entry by evidb on Jul 31, 2014

... Francisco
The Cova Hotel of Sam Wong (2 overnachtingen)

Santa Maria
nog te bepalen (1 ...

Belgium - #1

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Apr 12, 2014

7 photos

... the current movie "The Monuments Men." It is a grand altar piece painted by Jan Van Eyck and his father in 1432. There are many panels filled with incredible detail and color. Ghent is a medieval town at its center which lies at the confluence of two rivers. It has wonderful old buildings and is quite photogenic - really worth a stop along our way. Tonight we are in Bruges, a smaller medieval town. Tomorrow we are renting a car to drive about the countryside and visit Flanders Fields. ...

'Jong keukengeweld, Thailand'

A travel blog entry by loesdeparade on Feb 04, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

Hello everyone

As I was thinking I've come up with another project!

One of my hobbies is cooking and that's what I'm going to do.

  • Basically, I will post ...

Main Point : ZOO AGAIN!

A travel blog entry by where-else on May 25, 2011

2 photos

... home the whole day and cook our lunch and dinner. Got to rest early as we will be going to Belgium on the next day.

25th of May, We went to Belgium, Antwerp! We went to the zoo which is since 1843. The zoo is just right beside Antwerp train station. Well I guess zoo around the world are just around the same only the design and the enclosure are different. The zoo have quite a few species of animal. The one I think worth saying will be the Gorillas and ...

Getting rid of stuff

A travel blog entry by thomasmolineaux on Jan 27, 2011

2 comments, 6 photos

... I see the fifties as the end of an era, rather than the beginning.
* Many of the children's books I read dealt with other times, other cultures. Has it paved the way for me to be opened towards others cultures, or did I read these books because I wanted to know about them in the first place? I can't remember.

The "leanest" solution would have been ripping all cd's and throwing them away. But that's too good to be true :) First of all, it's illegal. That would ...