Address: Vlagstraat 25, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2060, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Cities and Prejudice

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Jan 05, 2015

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... of galleries in out visits - though London has more museums than you could ever possibly get to see, and most of them for free. The canals are pretty, but so many European towns are canalled - Strasbourg, Ghent, of course Venice. The draw card for tourists to Amsterdam is the sex and the weed cafés. It is a bit of a pity, because the city has so much more to offer. It is also a pity that despite my efforts, I can't Amsterdam for more than this. My problem lies with ...

Bruxelles (Brussels), Belgium

A travel blog entry by jamesupdike on Feb 16, 2014

116 photos

... it was a really long ways, like a 40 minute walk, and others saying it was just over the hill, even if we hadn't really walked that far. Along the way we passed the Palace of Justice, which was really cool to see, and the high-end part of Brussels, which had stores like Rolex, Versace, Armani, etc. We did make it to the European Parliament building which was really cool to see. Even though it was 8:00pm on a Sunday and no one was around, it ...

Beautiful Anwerp

A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Dec 01, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... ancient ruins of many buildings and here they are still intact. Amazing to think they are so old.

Went through the Diamond area. Shop after shop after shop after shop of the most beautiful diamond rings, necklaces, ear-rings. You name it, it was there encrusted with diamonds. High security in this area of course. None of the pics we took do justice to the beautiful diamonds. Chocolate shops are in abundance here too of course and there was a detour in ...

It's time to let the bird fly...

A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jun 30, 2013

8 photos

... since my train was the next to leave the station. Once aboard the Eurostar, I instantly fell asleep as the exhaustion from yesterday's MS Stonehenge trek hit me hard. I was woken by the kind Belgian woman sitting next to me letting me know that we had arrived at the station. I found my way to the underground and without too much trouble got a ticket -- luckily everything is written in four different languages, including English. Once the ...

Ciao TT!

A travel blog entry by katiemoberg on Sep 07, 2012

... to ask some women nearby that were working a parking meter station. They told him we were in the right spot, per the address but they didn't know the building. We drove around for another 20 minutes & stopped again at a gas station to ask a man working. He said that we should probably keep driving north through a few stop lights & one of those buildings might be it. Lo & behold, he saved the day! He got us to where we needed to be! The ...

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