Address: Sterrenlaan 48, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2610, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sterrenlaan 48, Antwerp, is near Antwerp's Port, Cogels - Osy lei, Antwerp Tram, and Louis.
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In and Around Antwerp

A travel blog entry by sntj on Aug 10, 2013

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... our bags are already near maximum for the flight to Milan [and our waistlines didn't need tempting at this stage of the journey.]
The city is typical of many of its European and Middle Eastern counterparts in that like shops/ trades tend to be grouped together. Hence, you have the fashion district, arts/crafts district, Antiques, and so on. Good for the purchaser in getting competition and assists with locating ...

Flanders fields and passendale

A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 06, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... got lost. After asking for directions (this will be a recurring theme of our Belgium trip!) we found Ieper, a beautiful town that was the site of some of the worst battles in WWI. After walking around the town square we quickly found a chocolate store ... Imagine! We sat down to have some famous Belgian chips for lunch and then walked around the town. The Menen Gate was an incredible site. There are 55 000 soldiers that died ...

Another Belgian friend

A travel blog entry by matt_l on Oct 22, 2012

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... bad. I kinda just hung around for a bit listening to music and writing until it hit 9pm, and went outside, and met up with Samir, with whom I met in Krakow. Jumped in the car, and headed off to a bar kind of around the central area, had a couple of drinks whilst listening to the live jazz band from outside, and caught up. Exchanging stories, telling him about my trip since the last time we spoke and then had a conversation I love having back home with my ...

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

A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Jun 26, 2012

2 comments, 50 photos

... most of the buildings were wooden. This attack was condemned by the rest of Europe, as Brussels has a long history of peacefully accepting their conquerors. It also lacked any soldiers or an army for defense. As a result, the French did not take the city, but Brussels decided to build in stone in order to avoid future attacks. Brussels is, however, a predominantly French speaking city due to the influence of French as the language of trade in the ...


A travel blog entry by jrwillia on May 28, 2011

Today we saw the Atomium, which is Brussels Eiffel tower. It's a bunch of large silver balls connected to each other. We also spent about half the day sampling as many chocolate shops that we could. I had a hamburger for dinner. It was greenish in the inside and did not taste like beef. It was served with lettuce and corn on the bun. We went back to the same bar tonight. This time it was much more fun and not so scary. We ...

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