De Kerselaer

Stationsstraat 202, Antwerp, Antwerpen, B-2910, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Stationsstraat 202, Antwerp.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Farewell Belgium, hello Holland

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 11, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... of the pinny yet again).

We were ready and out with several other boats waiting for the road bridge to open spot on 10am. We went through it and went though the first dock to our next road bridge where we had to wait yet again. Then into the big docks that went on for miles. We were travelling north and the traffic was very busy with big barges and ocean going ships about us, dredgers were working and sea going tugs were in dry dock for repairs as well ...

Antwerp

A travel blog entry by yatnic25 on Jul 26, 2013

27 photos

... house the museum of Antwerp maritime history, which in 2011 moved to the nearby Museum Aan de Stroom.

Finally, I visited the Rubenhuis, the former home and studio of Peter Paul Rubens, which is now a museum consisting of dozens of ...

89 days and counting - Applied for Brazilian visa

A travel blog entry by ina01nl on Oct 28, 2012

1 photo

... Also I like to have things done on time. Pretty big on planning. Ok, I admit. Planning is part of the fun too :-) At least, for me!

Visa
Friday we paid a visit to the Brazilian consulate in Rotterdam, for a visa. It should come in the mail in about a week. Arthur does not need the visa but Americans do. We will only be in Brazil for 5 hours, so a lot of hassle for a short amount of time. ...

Windmills and shopping

A travel blog entry by bermack on Jun 19, 2012

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Our first stop this morning was on the way to Rotterdam. We went to a village called Kinderdijk. It is famous for its windmills, that were used to control the water in the dyke system.

It was very interesting to see all of them. All built in rows along the canals. They are still operational. We learnt that how they have the arms of the windmills set, signals a certain message. For example, if they are in ...

Museums in Antwerp

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Mar 30, 2012

32 photos

... I made my way towards the main river that runs by Antwerp and I walked through the long pedestrian tunnel that runs underneath the river. It’s quite interesting to go through as it’s very long and actually quite old. On the other side of the river there’s a lovely panoramic view of the town of Antwerp which is what I went to see. I then walked back through the tunnel to ...