Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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... bit of a surprise. Advertised as a private room with en-suite and breakfast included near the city center, we decided to give it a try. Turns out it is a bedroom in someone's house without a private bath. Instead, a bath shared with all others staying in the house. Neither the bedroom or bathroom doors locked and the shower didn't work. Breakfast consisted ...
Our plans for Belgium consisted of one night in Brussels, then head to Amsterdam for one night as well. We left the ship with five girls; Vanessa, Dinah, Jade, Jessie and me. We headed straight to the train station wasting no time. But of course, we get lost (like usual) and had to stop a couple time to ask for help. We eventually made it to the train station which we were told was gorgeous, and we were not let down. ...
... up and all the way around to see them. The artwork was on parts of buildings that would jut out of nowhere and in the most inconspicuous places and they all have a different cartoon pictures or graphic designs. The music in Brussels certainly kept Luke happy, each place was filled with soul or jazz which added to the easy going nature of the city. Brussels is also renowned for its "******* statues", Manning Pis is a statue of a small ...
... We’ll leave tonight from Brussels and after an airport sleepover in the city of Mozart (Vienna), we’ll move on to Bombay where we’d arrive on Sunday around 11pm.
Like all our travels we don’t really have a fix itinerary, but there are a few cities we have in mind:
1. Bombay: the largest city in India with +/- 16million inhabitants, famous from Bollywood & maaaany other stuff!!
2. Jaipur: aka the ...
... I didn’t want to waste the time sitting on the Bus for that length of time (especially as I had ridden the whole route the previous day). He suggested using the Metro to the Merode station which would only take a few minutes. I decided that was a much better option.
The large arches next to the museum were easy to spot when I exited the Metro. Admission was free, which is always nice. I started with a brief look in the WW-I section, and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed