New International Youth Hotel

Provinciestraat 256, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2018, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Provinciestraat 256, Antwerp, is near Del Rey Chocolates, Diamond Museum Antwerp (Provinciaal Diamantmuseum), Diamondland, and Koningin Elisabethzaal.
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Day 10 - Movin' On

A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... no knowledge of Dutch or French. Light rain was starting to fall as we wandered around the lovely grounds, although the enclosures left something to be desired. Entirely too much concrete and a little small for our liking, although the animals were beautiful. After a school canteen-style lunch of meatballs, chips and salad at the zoo we got going again. Another short, pleasant train journey later we reached our final destination of the day, Brussels. Finding our ...

Mussels from Brussels

A travel blog entry by kristineg on May 18, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... more time there than we had originally thought we would.
The Atomium was built for the 1958 World Fair held in Brussels. You are able to go up to 5 (I think) of the spheres where they have exhibitions on. We thought it was going to be a lot more interesting that it actually was. The exhibition that they had on was all about art nouveau and that wasn’t really something that interested Jer and I. But it was fun to take the escalators up the long ...

Fast, wet, marvellous and delicious.

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 22, 2012


Today it was Belgium's turn to host me as their guest. We took the high speed train from Rotterdam Central Station to Antwerp Central Station. The train, called the FYRA, travels at a speed of 250 K's per hour so it only took 25 minutes to travel the distance. Rain greeted us at Antwerp so we had to go from shop to shop, which suited me fine, to keep dry until I got a brolly that said, "I Love Belgium" on it. The shopping was great and I got some ...

Goodbye Paris!

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 07, 2012

... translated literally - fast train), took us from Paris to Brussels. When we got to Brussels, we put our luggage in a locker, then headed out to explore. We took a metro to the Grand Square, and walked toward the Mannikenpis--the little boy peeing. Just like we had heard, it was quite a bit of wandering around to find a statue that is only about two feet tall! It was cute, and we enjoyed laughing at the ...

Chilling in Brussels

A travel blog entry by salevine on Jun 05, 2011

9 photos

... kitchen had automatically locked up and they had no way to serve food. I had the half-bag of honey coated peanuts in my bag and drank a lot of water. My neighbors were very nice and friendly but I was so tired of traveling. They cut the delay down to 30 minutes so I made my last train to Braunschweig (good thing, since it was the last train of the night) and took a cab home (the last bus was gone and it's too far to walk home).

Overall, ...