Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nils had the day off, so we went for a 5 km walk along the local canal. Took the binoculars as the bit of land between the canal and a tributary of the Scheldt river is a nature reserve. Saw teal ducks, geese, spoonbills, a gulls, lapwings, Egyptian geese, a ...
... she's apples mate will be asleep most of the way any way. The food arrived and sorry no pics as stupid here had put away his camera so u will just have to take my word for it it was amazing.
I don't want to tempt you ladies with the dreams of chocolate i had so will skip this part and just say awoke feeling really refreshed after a 6 hour sleep in a full flat bed. The breakfast was amazing and quite filling so soon we were on the ground and walking to passport ...
Tried to think of what I am actually going to do in South America, 2months to get from Rio to Lima and so many things to see in between, and a big distance to get by.. The initial plan, which may be overenthusiastic and will most likely not be the route followed, I made up because of other peoples stories, convenience and the ...
... in the city. We also kept our eyes out for the cartoons featured on several buildings around the city. We were really enjoying exploring Brussels, but Belgian beer and chocolate was still to be had.
As we strolled around Brussels, we took time out to have local fries from a recommended local friture, which we ate on a park bench in the snow. We then sampled many Belgian chocolates. Then we completed our Belgian experience with a visit to the famous ...
... for a wander but just grabbed some traditional french fries. French Fries originated in Belgium so it was a traditional Belgian snack! They were called french fries by the American soldiers as they heard the people eating them speaking French. Here in Antwerp they speak Dutch but I am getting by well with English when I remember not to use my bad Italian hello and ...