Hostellerie Ter Driezen

Address: Herentalsstraat 18, Turnhout, Antwerpen, 2300, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Herentalsstraat 18, Turnhout.
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      From beer to bridges

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Sep 12, 2012

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... were some cheese nibbles available. The Belgians are very proud of their beer and we were told they drink it from about the age of three. Our boat excursion leader said that he went to a Catholic school and table beer, with minimal alcoholic content was provided for the children to drink.

      Belgium people are nominally almost all Catholic, but not practising ones. That is except for the significant minorities including Hasadic Jews and Moslems. In the area with ...

      Zooming to the Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by carsonsontour2 on Jun 22, 2011

      1 comment, 181 photos

      ... get some pictures of windmills.....well we are in Holland!!! I was very disappointed that the weather wasn’t better, it had been forecast to be in the 30’s but there was a thick mist hanging around that made all my pictures of lovely windmills look grey. We started in Halsteren where we got our first photo of a windmill the Sint Antonius Molen no blue skies but still a good photo opportunity. It was then on to the ...

      Packing on the pounds in Belgium

      A travel blog entry by vdc on Jan 11, 2011

      2 photos

      Back in Belgium, the remainder of our rest stop was filled with more friends, more family, more food, and too much beer and wine. Another birthday dinner hosted by my buddies at Baan Thai restaurant in Ghent, enlightened us to the fact that great Thai food can be found in Belgium. Katheryn and my mother had a ladies day out at the seaside in Knokke before the family gathered to celebrate my youngest brother's ...

      Quality time with Family & Friends in Belgium

      A travel blog entry by vdc on Dec 30, 2010

      13 photos

      When we finally arrived in Amsterdam Airport around 6.30am on Sunday, December 19th, heavy snowfall had left the airport in a state of chaos with hundreds of bags of stranded passengers scattered all over the place. Thankfully, our check-out was smooth. Since my parents rightly decided it would be suicidal to try to drive up to Amsterdam, we took the first available Thalys train to Antwerp where my dad would pick us up by car. ...

      A Very Fond Farewell to Antwerp

      A travel blog entry by jcbl-martin on Sep 03, 2010

      5 comments, 95 photos

      ... Store), we watched a national skateboarding competition at the nearby main city park, we visited Atomium, the iconic centerpiece of the 1958 World's Fair Exposition in nearby Brussels, we explored numerous historical and cultural facets of the city of Antwerp, including some GREAT restaurants as well as our all-time favorite snack shack - the Belgian fries shop (much better than French fries - double-dipping is ...