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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... ancient ruins of many buildings and here they are still intact. Amazing to think they are so old.
Went through the Diamond area. Shop after shop after shop after shop of the most beautiful diamond rings, necklaces, ear-rings. You name it, it was there encrusted with diamonds. High security in this area of course. None of the pics we took do justice to the beautiful diamonds. Chocolate shops are in abundance here too of course and there was a detour in ...
... like in days gone by.
We were excited when we arrived in the Antwerp central station – the first sightseeing stop of the city. It is a great structure, fusing historical and modern architecture in a subtle and interesting way. We then took the wide main streets, lined with large expensive shops and bustling with tourists, into the old part of town and found our accommodation by following the streets to the Cathedral of Our Lady. Our room ...
... I'd hoped to see. Exiting the station, and heading straight, there should be a square on your right with two bull-like cut outs and the church itself. Free admission and neat to take a walk around. Got to practice my French in the gift shop and found warm friendly directions to the Grand Market where it looks like most of the shops are. The streets wind a little bit and it's a little hard to decide which ...
... ride from La Paz to see the world’s largest salt flat.
After that we’d go back to Peru and continue our way to the famous city of Cuzco. On September 14 we’d start a 4 day trek, the “Salkantay trek”. After hiking 80kms through the Andes we’d get to see the Machu Picchu on the final day.
Of course these are just places we dream of, but dreams need to be chased, so I’m sure ...
... have become. We only had about a day in Brussels, so we were going to make it worth every second. The first night we got there we had a delicious dinner then went to a bar called Delirium. There were over 2000 different kinds of beer available. Even the beer connoisseurs didn’t know where to start. I ask the bartender for something light on tap. He suggests a fruit beer. So Sara and I go for the apple ...
Other places to stay in Antwerp
Tolstraat 26, Antwerp | Hotelfrom $66