De Kerselaer

Address: 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

Antwerp, the city I hadn't heard of

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on May 28, 2013

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... to pay an extra 2 pound fifty for new sheets despite there already being a sheet, doona and pillow on each of the beds. Deciding not to splurge on new sheets, we later found out why this was offered the following day when we saw the cleaner 'making' the beds, which did not involve putting fresh sheets on.

After a couple of hours rest we woke and chatted to our new roommates. We were in a female dorm and met an eighteen year old Australian travelling by herself ...

The Mill network at Kinderdijk, Netherlands

A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta on Mar 29, 2013

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... in working order and are serviced regularly. It is the largest network of windmills in NL and has got a UNESCO world heritage status in 1997. There are around 19 windmills in the area and are completely free to visit. The Mills are operational depending on the weather. We got here by car. Driving from Antwerp, Belgium. It's well marked right from the motorway exit through the village. You can ...

Day out in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Jun 30, 2012

... you look there’s an H&M store. They’re identical the world over, the same brightly coloured, cheaply made clothes for seemingly base prices – although I personally find H&M sorely overpriced for the quality: most of it falls apart after two washes.

I walked trough town and found the theatre. There was a matinee show of a play about a director who kills his leading lady during the shooting of a film or something, true story apparently, but it ...

Windmills and life onboard

A travel blog entry by beanblossom on May 21, 2012

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... how it is made, why it was originally made, and how to sample it. One of my great regrets of this trip is that I was not making a video of Lizzie when she tasted her first(and probably last) shot of hard liquor! We were served a lovely Gouda cheese, locally made, also a basil infused Gouda. Both were very good.
At 4:00, Dutch Tea Time with teas and sweets and pastries. At 6:30 we had the Captains welcome cocktail party and champagne ...

Out and About in Belgium

A travel blog entry by birrell on Apr 27, 2012

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... We had a 4 hour wait at the station til Evy (next CS host) arrived and took us home. Evy is a doctor at the local hospital and working in Emergency Dept on 24 hour shifts.
Her flat was a modern large and comfortable home. Flat mates Jo and Katerine greeted us and we spent a lively evening talking travel - they all out-shone our experiences as 30 year olds.
Sat, up early to take train across Belgium to the east to rendezvous with Evy's twin sister. She was our chauffeur for ...