Youth Hostel Sleep Inn

Address: Bolivarplaats 1, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Bolivarplaats 1, Antwerp, is near Mode Museum (MoMu), De kookwinkel Soly, Hunkermoller, and Ann Demeulemeester.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Day 10 - Movin' On

A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... easy enough, with the city being quite compact and walkable. Made a mental note to try some beer while here, as every building seems to have a shop that sells it. Settling into our hotel, we admired the panoramic view of Brussels before setting out to find a supermarket to stock up our kitchenette. Armed with several foreign delicacies, we wandered back in the sunshine to settle in for the night in our twin beds pushed together, ready to explore the city properly ...

Flanders fields and passendale

A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 06, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... battle for Ieper but were not able to identify. Every night at 8:00 traffic is stopped at the Menen Gate and the last post is played. They have been doing this every day since the end of WWI, but were interrupted from 1940-1944 due to German occupation. We unfortunately were unable to stay as we had planned on seeing Tyne Cot cemetery and Passendale.. Tyne Cot cemetery contains the remains of 11000 commonwealth soldiers and names ...

Fast, wet, marvellous and delicious.

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 22, 2012

2 comments

... bargains. One thing was a new bag to go with my Paris dress. We had a nice lunch at a cafe right next to the cathedral. And then we went into the cathedral itself. Even though it was not the biggest church I have seen on my trip once I went in it was amazingly big and felt like it was the biggest. It was interesting to learn from our guide about the history and what they did with the paintings over the years. We left, ready for our pick-up as Pieter ...

Day Six or I'm a Traveler, Not a Tourist

A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Jun 26, 2012

2 comments, 50 photos

... of this, everything in Brussels is written in both French and Flemish (their third official language is German), which you can see demonstrated on my Restobieres menu.

Another interesting fact about the Grand-Place is that its centerpiece, the Hotel de Ville, is completely asymmetrical. There are fewer columns on the right than the left and the door is off-center. The original Town Hall was just the left wing of the building, but after ...

Brussels

A travel blog entry by jrwillia on May 28, 2011

... br> There is a statue in Brussels that your supposed to go and rub for good luck. While rubbing it, a swarm on Asians came attacking the statue. They all had their arms up and were making noises in their language. It was very scary. I don't know how much luck that stature brought me.


People are pretty pushy here and many not all that friendly. Brussels was fun but I am excited to be back in Bergamo.


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