Het Singelhuis

Address: Desguinlei 198, Antwerp, Antwerpen, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Desguinlei 198, Antwerp, is near Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Stadspark, De kookwinkel Soly, and Ann Demeulemeester.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

New Day - New City

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on May 23, 2015

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... cathedral. So needless to say, I had a pretty good day despite the weather. It was cloudy and grey and even had a wee rain shower – luckily for me it was when I was enjoying lunch in a covered café. People smoke on the covered patios – yuck! But I would rather sit there and people watch, then sit inside! So I suck it up!! Haha.

There is also a zoo in Antwerp – one ...


A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

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I had a good day in Antwerp, although it was cold and overcast for most of the day.
Marriages are conducted on Saturdays at the Town Hall in Grote Markt and I was fortunate to see a newly-wed couple posing for photos near the fountain. It is lovely that same-sex marriage is legal in Belgium, as in a lot of European states :).

The Steen, one of the Fortress Gateways, is the ...

Goodnight, and joy be with you all

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 01, 2014


... people at our favourite restaurant. Over the course of the internship, these people have become my family in Bruxelles, and we all feel the same. We’re a mis-matched family of Americans, Canadians, a Brit and one solitary Greek guy, but somehow, we all “get” each other. We started making toasts, and one stands out as being the most meaningful – my Greek friend cleared his throat, and announced that he had once hoped that, as ...

Bienvenue à Bruxelles!

A travel blog entry by iainabroad on Jul 07, 2013

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- Was amused by the Manneken Pis, a 2-foot tall statue of a little boy peeing, which, for whatever reason, is the icon of Brussels and probably the most bizarre tourist attraction I've encountered.
- Climbed through the tubular stairwells of the Atomium, a 102-metre-tall structure built in 1958 to resemble an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times.
- Checked out the massive weapons and aviation collection of la Musee royal de l'Armee et d'Histoire ...

Diamonds are Forever...Just not Their Museums

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Dec 02, 2012

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... s been permanently closed. We satiated ourselves by pressing our noses to the glass of the myriad of jewelry shops, and then headed to the "castle district".

The castle district was a neighborhood built during the art nouveau movement, and in the 1960s they were going to tear it down. In order to save it, artists started buying the properties and fixing the place up. The rest is history! So anyway, we spent a delightful walk enjoying the mini castles and palaces the district ...