Best Western Turnhout City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Turnhout
... too tired or get off work too late to really explore the
city. Also, until this last week, most of the shops were closed and
the town was nearly deserted since everyone, students included, were
still on holiday. Now that holiday is over and school is starting,
the city of Gent is crazy busy and we've made a lot more friends in
town. Hopefully that means ...
... drinking water was looking a bit green, so whilst John was away Isi set about giving it a good clean with boiling water, bleach and soap. After a couple of trips, John was successful in getting the right connectors and hose to use the washing machine to the awkward small tap.
We had a pleasant cruise even though it was still raining a bit. We tried our plastic windscreen and it worked except we felt the visibility very restricting ...
After having just one more fresh baguette this morning we hit the highway once again. The weather was just so bad, wet and cold and we decided to just put the address in Basil ( our name for the man who sits in the Garmin and tells us how to get there) and get to our destination. We had intended to stop in Ypres but it was just too wet and cold. A shame realy as we were so close and we could see the outskirts of the town and it ...
... some heart-warming jenever (schnaps) at my uncle's house.
The next day I had been gearing up for a small family dinner at Glenn’s restaurant in Antwerp. My birthday had passed so I was not expecting any more surprises. As we were waiting to be seated in the restaurant (a Bolleke De Koninck beer in hand), all my long-time Belgian friends all of a sudden started to trickle in. Even the mob from Ghent showed up on ...
... pulled up. He graciously went back into his office and checked us in. He smiled when we asked if there were any stores nearby that we could buy food and other necessities. Then he said that all stores close at 6 PM on Saturday and are not open on Sunday. We tried real hard not to gasp as this reality sank in. So we smiled back. He also told us more "good" news, that the campground closed for the night at 10 and the key he was giving us wouldn't ...