Tulip Inn Antwerpen
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... in brussels but close enough). After a few strong beers and feeling more than slightly tipsy, we wandered home for an afternoon nap, waking up at 3am! FAIL.
After spending the early hours of the morning cursing letting jetlag get the better of us, the sun finally rose so we could go for one last walk around the fairytale streets of Antwerp before boarding the fast train to Amsterdam. ...
... cobblestone streets that looked like they were pedestrian only & finally thriugh construction zones. After an hour of driving around, Kareem said enough & we decided to go instead to the Audi drop point Enter disaster #2. Our GPS led us to the address we had from Audi (or so we thought) but it made no sense. We could not find the building or anything that closely resembled it. We drove back & forth, back & forth. After an hour, ...
... around. My croissant had some chocolate in it, one of my favorite European treats. Chocolate, butter, and carbs all in one? Yes, please.
We drove to the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial and were the only ones there at 9am besides the landscapers. It’s a large cemetery with about 5,000 American soldiers buried there. Most of them were killed during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. ...
... chocolate Ganache. So much yummy! We went back to the hotel for a break before dinner. For dinner we went to Brussels Grill. I had the local version of goulash, more yum (I ate so much food Saturday!).
We headed off to Delerium Cafe, which is actually a bar, to check out the famous night life hot spot. We had a drink in the Loft, upstairs, much more chill, then went down into the basement to read "the bible", a book of the 2000 beers they have ...
... feel a difference in mood of this town in comparison to Brussels. We enjoyed our time in Brussels of course, but it was too much of a big busy/noisy city for us. Antwerp was much quieter and felt more laid back.
This assumption was confirmed when we met Daniel, our new host, and he told us about the people who live in Antwerp. Daniel actually was not Belgian, he is from Wales, but he has been living in Antwerp for 9 years and has gotten to know the people very well. He ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed