Blauwmoezelstraat 6, Antwerp, Antwerpen, Belgium | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Blauwmoezelstraat 6, Antwerp, is near Grote Markt, Het Elfde Gebod, Brabo, and Rubensmarkt.
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    Day 10 - Movin' On

    A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 24, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    Alarms sounding at an ungodly hour, we sleepily rolled out of bed to begin our journey to Belgium. After our last cheese buffet breakfast, we made our way to Amsterdam Centraal to catch our connecting train to Rotterdam Centraal. Once there, another train was to take us over the border to Antwerp, Belgium. This may sound like an ordeal, but these countries are ridiculously close together so the journey took only 2 hours in total, and through lovely Belgian countryside ...


    A travel blog entry by jdslone1 on Jun 20, 2013

    8 photos

    ... days later than it was supposed to. So now I have the things I needed to actually backpack in Europe. Airport didn't take long and we were off the Belgium again, but this time Brussels, took the train to Rotterdam again, and hi speed to Brussels. Food for lunch today was interesting. We found a store called like del haizen, it has the exact same symbol as food lion but a little different and by that I mean a little smaller and sketchier. I bought some meat I ...

    Diamonds are Forever...Just not Their Museums

    A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Dec 02, 2012

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... offer.

    From castle viewing we decided to continue braving the sleet and head up to the harbor which we were told was must see. On our way we accidentally passed through the red light district where the windows filled with women of the night (or in our case day) are literally lined with red lights. The harbor unfortunately wasn't that spectacular, but maybe it's because we've seen much larger ones in the states, or perhaps it's because we quickly left due to inclement ...

    Belgium the beautiful

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 14, 2012

    ... on it I'll enlighten you with some interesting points. Brewed by Belgian monks, the bottle has no label, and the supply is quite limited - with the monks only brewing a few hundred bottles at a time. To acquire this beer, you must be approved and have your license plates checked at the brewery. Following this, one must call 24 hours in advance to make the pick up. After all this effort, only 24 can be purchased at a time, with the beer itself retailing at $20 a bottle. If you were ...

    Sleepy Sunday

    A travel blog entry by chfarnsworth on Jul 10, 2011

    ... We saw people rock climbing on the side of an old building; and we saw runners/joggers all over. We stopped for lunch at a cute outdoor market. I had soup and a baguette, Kim had fries, cold mussels (yuck!), and a giant Belgian beer--I had a small sip, and it wasn't as bad as other beer I've had, but I still didn't like it. We sat in a great spot to see the maarket and shoppers, and our table mates were a bunch of old men drinking and talking. About half an hour into ...