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Address: St. Jacobsmarkt 91-93, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on St. Jacobsmarkt 91-93, Antwerp, is near Carolus Borromeus Church, Diamond District, Vlaamse Opera (De), and St Jacobskerk (St James's Church).
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      Brussels, last stop.

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jul 31, 2013

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      ... and now off to bed. Tyrone met up with a friend of a friend who passed on two very heavy bags to take back to Kenya. That sounds a bit dodgy now that I write it, but I can assure you they are filled w lots of books and clothes and shoes that have been donated and will go to help the orphanage he is working at there! This means that rather than a 'from bed', goodbye wave. Cait and I will also be up at 5am to help him lug the 40kgs of bags to the train station. ...

      Antwerp, the city I hadn't heard of

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

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      ... and had to exchange our remaining euros at a currency converter which was unusually open at 2 am just around the corner from the hostel. Entering our room we struggled to find which bed was ours in the dark in the overcrowded 24 bed dorm. I took a middle bunk, while Bridget was lucky enough to sleep on the top bunk which was three beds up.

      Waking up for the free breakfast with limited sleep we were ready to make our way back to Sheffield to continue our working ...

      The Capital of Europe

      A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14 on Nov 09, 2012

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      ... were closed by the time we got checked in so McDonald’s was the only choice for dinner.
      We got out by 8:30am Saturday and caught a 9:15am train to Bruges which is a cool city 50 minutes away from Brussels. We had only planned to spend a couple of hours there before coming back to explore Brussels. One thing we hadn’t known at that time was how much we would love Bruges. We therefore stayed there until ...

      So, Call Me Maybe?

      A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Apr 22, 2012

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      ... her mom joined in as well. Then, we knew the day had started.

      We headed to the train station to get to Antwerp which was only a 30 minute train ride. Also, Antwerp is a Belgian city just for reference. It is the financial capital for Belgium because of the Antwerp port brings in most the trade! I believe it is also the largest city in Belgium (when you take out the surrounding area for Brussels). Antwerp is known for sophistication ...

      Belgium: In three parts..

      A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011

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      ... suddenly not be was strange, but it was good to have some space. Kane came back the next day at lunchtime and we got on the train bound for Antwerp.



      PART 2: Antwerp (or Antwerpen depending on your Dutch!)

      Antwerp is about a half hour train ride north of Brussels, in the Flanders region of Belgium where they speak Dutch (French is spoken in Brussels) and it's an interesting place. We had no idea what to expect as we didn't know much ...