De Kerselaer

Stationsstraat 202, Antwerp, Antwerpen, B-2910, Belgium | Hotel
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In and Around Antwerp

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... monkeys in city zoo very happy. The port itself is on the River Scheldte and is located about 50 kms inland, protected against many of the tidal problems facing those on the coast itself. However, they do have to contend with the occasional flood.

Antwerp's population is just over half a million and appears to be reasonably affluent [maybe able to be so because lots are not having to maintain a car]. There also ...

Brief but beautiful

A travel blog entry by caroline.strett

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... all huge, square buildings of grey stone, often adorned with unexpected objects on the top (my favourite was one that can only be described as a giant golden onion). This spawned a running joke where Tom imagines pontificating at some posh dinner party “Oh, so you're interested in architecture? And you haven't been to Antwerp?! Good God, well, you simply must go!”

Notable tourist attractions: there's a very pleasant bridge over a vast river, the town hall, and one ...

Windmills and shopping

A travel blog entry by bermack

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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 ...

Rotterdam

A travel blog entry by pjh60

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... the boxes again – but this time it was different.


But before I explain, let me talk you through the journey here. I know that some of you are following the ship on the net – our AIS system transmits our position in real time (the pick up for the public is slightly delayed) and so the observant will have seen that we appeared to go the wrong way out of Zeebrugge and further, appeared to be ‘lost’ when we arrived ...

We seemed to have reached the final curtain...

A travel blog entry by yellowbus.2011

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The ferry leaves tomorrow. It's time to hang up our crocs and close the now dog eared European road atlas for the last time. The rhine is getting wider and the van's smoke thicker.
It may sound too like an award ceremony or wedding speech but I feel like there are many thank you's to say.
Thank you to the bus for surviving though you could have sounded happier at times!
Thank you to ...

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