Corbie Geel

Address: Markt 54/G, Geel, Antwerpen, 2440, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Markt 54/G, Geel.
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    Travel Blogs from Geel

    Tomorrowland; Fuck off reality!

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... when we roll in, Vaughn gets off the train from his carraige, proceeds to ask us how we liked our free breakfast and wifi? Uhm ... we didn't get any, a fact made worse when he informs us his train ticket cost five fewer euros! We're all starving, except for Vaughn who has a grin so dirty it'd take a whole bottle of Mr. sheen to wipe it off of his face.

    The train system is slightly retarded, not fully, you never go full retard as the Belgium transport industry seems ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... had to wait until all the leaders, peloton and various stragglers passed until we could move.

    Our last stop was at Hill 60 where many tunnelers of the allies managed to dig under theGerman lines and place explosives, a lot of explosives. In June 1917, these were detonated and the explosion was heard in London and Paris. Needless to say many Germans were killed but the fighting raged on.

    As well as the casualty numbers, the number of artillery shells ...

    Two whole minutes.

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Aug 31, 2012

    Two minutes. its either going to feel like forever(gentlmen may remember their first ..outing?) or it feels like no time at all (ladies?) our two minutes was at the end of a  long wild drive through the english night.  The Europeanised headlights makes them near useless on low beam. The headlights barely showing the white lines of the road made careening round the single lane corners with Pepe scrabbling for grip just that much more ...

    Brilliant Belgium!

    A travel blog entry by wendi2010 on May 16, 2011

    ... me, Sas couldn't get into Brussels and so had to work from home. After a nice chat and leisurely snooze (me, not Sas) we went for a boozy lunch at Moscu before I headed into town to, technically, do some shopping. 3 hours of wandering around aimlessly later and with a slight detour around the Arab Quarter when I got lost, I returned home completely empty-handed and feeling very despondent ...

    Palmemarkt Carnival

    A travel blog entry by elinoz on Apr 15, 2011

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    ... around. Until we arrived at the bumper cars :)

    It'd been AGES since I've done those, but it was fun as! Ended up with a couple of bruises, but that's worth it.

    After that it was time for a drink. (I didn't remember getting so thirsty after 2 rounds of bumper cars!)

    While we were having a drink the fireworks for the opening started, RIGHT next to the bar where we were. A bit an ugly, uncoordinated ...