Parkhotel Lokaren

Address: Antwerpsesteenweg 5, Lokeren, East Flanders, 9160, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Antwerpsesteenweg 5, Lokeren.
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Travel Blogs from Lokeren

Brussels arrival

A travel blog entry by hinekn on Sep 27, 2014

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... up) has the kitchen, powder room and a living area as well as a lovely balcony with a table and chairs. The balcony overlooks the courtyard with a lot of plants, the biggest pigeon I have ever seen and a cat that sits on a roof and looks over at you like the Cheshire cat.

The second floor as the main bathroom (only one with a shower) and one bedroom. Up to the last floor, another bedroom and a small sitting ...


A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 16, 2014

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... Pratt - 1 crazy bike lady - 0. Luckily for us, they got off at Antwerp leaving us in peace to continue onto Brussels. Arriving in town we found our airbnb accommodation was 5 mins from the train station and right in the middle of town. Mark our host was welcoming and seemed great. We decided to go off exploring straight away as we only had two days in the city. First stop was the Grand Place. The Grand Place is a square area with a ...

Fast away the old year passes....

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 05, 2014

1 comment

... The flight returns to the gate. "Ladies and gentlemen," announced the pilot. “It seems that the faulty toilet that we were having problems with still isn’t fixed. We’ll be returning to the gate so the technicians can take a look at it.” A toilet? Really? My flight is going to be delayed because of a toilet? We were on a Boeing 747; surely to God there were other toilets. I was willing to pee in a bottle if it would get me ...

Billions of Blue Blistering Barnacles....!!!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 14, 2013


... from the late 1930s and 1940s. There was even a little analysis of why we love Tintin. It was amazing. As the museum says, Tintin essentially lacks facial features. He has a very bland face, and he is “nobody”. However, in being nobody, he is everyone. He is you, he is me. We can relate to him. Furthermore, Tintin knows how to handle dicey situations. It’s like he’s you, but he’s a better you. He knows how to ride ...

Still with the Bus Trouble?

A travel blog entry by melendra on May 02, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... the dinosaur video that seemed to react to what was in front of the screen. Bryn really liked the computer "quizzes." I liked the fact that the museum made a point of discussing not just the current ideas scientists have about dinosaurs, but also past ideas and how they have changed. For instance, many of the Iguanadon skeletons were posed standing on their hind legs like kangaroos stand, which is how scientists at the time ...

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