Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stands on the western side of Antwerp's Grote Markt. It dates from the 16th Century – construction took place between 1561 and 1565. It is a fine example of Renaissance and Gothic architecture of the Low Countries.
This excellent museum ...
... our hotel, we had lunch at one of the numerous pavement cafés and had a croque Monsieur and a cheese croquette washed down with a local beer. We carried on and walked through gardens and more squares, very tired by the time we arrived back at base so had a nana nap then showered ready for an evening out. We walked back down towards the centre, many of the pavement cafés are closed, ...
... gay area of Brussels. We largons our suitcases and go on an adventure, following the advice and recommendations of Fabien. We will pass by the antique and flea market. We'll see old clothes, chandellliers, medals, porcelain, turntable and even a Winnie the poo that seems to have seen better days... Our guide Edwardo, map in hand, navigates the streets of Brussels as a local. We will take the small breakfast ...
... good, then walked to a park and chilled there for a bit and listened to some free live music which was cool. Walked back to the hostel where we met some new German roomies who were nice, then had showers and cooked possibly our poshest meal yet (spinach and ricotta tortellini with cherry tomatoes and some bread, then yoghurts for pudding) and chilled for a while before checking trains and having an early ...
... get to the courthouse. Once inside you couldn't take photos cause the whole building couldn't fit in your camera view. Even the doors leading inside are huge as you can see on my photo.
The T- shirt with our flag on costs R235.90.
It only occurred to me much later, after seeing figures outside shops as well as graffiti painted on the wall,that this is the land of comic books with Tintin and snowy etc.
tomorrow it's off to see the queen......