Firean Hotel

Address: Karel Oomsstraat 6, Antwerp, Antwerpen, B2018, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Karel Oomsstraat 6, Antwerp, is near Cogels - Osy lei, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Stadspark, and De kookwinkel Soly.
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      Travel Blogs from Antwerp

      Antwerp/Lille

      A travel blog entry by serenaabbott on Aug 03, 2013

      1 comment

      ... found our hostel and checked in, chatted to a few people then went and cooked tea. Went for showers then met a couple of guys from the hostel at the bar (1 Aussie and 1 Yorkshire guy!) and stayed with them all night drinking beer at the hostel then headed to a different bar at about 12 and got back around 2 (we think!). Enjoying Lille so far despite all the bad things we've heard about it from ...

      The Only Way to get an Answer is to Knock

      A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jul 02, 2013

      ... was the EU’s emphasis of solidarity. It’s a powerful notion that both unites people of different cultural backgrounds but also unites people within a country to work for the common good. This sense of solidary is what drives the work of many of the European platform organizations that I have and was planning to meet in Brussels. I ended the evening by enjoying a classic Belgian waffle – I couldn’t leave the city without eating ...

      The Capital of Europe

      A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14 on Nov 09, 2012

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      ... We managed to see the famous Atomium from afar for free (standing on the top floor of a parking garage), which is like the Eiffel Tower of Brussels. Then we went to Jubelpark which was beautiful with orange and maroon trees. The last thing we had time to see before getting food for the train was the Royal Palace which was enormous and had gorgeous architecture. Overall, Belgium was an awesome country and I am very glad I got to go.

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      So, Call Me Maybe?

      A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Apr 22, 2012

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      ... checked off the list. The Museum is dedicated to the printing industry and even holds the world's two oldest printing presses in existence! The house itself was also a historical monument, and you could tell by the incredible squeaky floors. We moved onwards to the main center of town with the Cathedral and the Stadhuis.

      First was the cathedral, which was the first church that I have been asked to pay to get in... I will gladly give donations to ...

      Belgium: In three parts..

      A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011

      3 comments

      ... PART THREE: Bruges or Brugge (I'm confused as to which one is correct, because you see it spelt both ways even in the city itself)

      We spent four comfortable nights in Bruge in a hotel about 2km out of the centre. I think Bruges is up there as one of the best places we've been yet! I'm not sure specifically what it is about Bruges that makes it so special (as it is a lot like the other Belgian/Netherlands cities we've seen) but it is very popular with ...