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


A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 03, 2014

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... dok and Willemdok) I went into the Art Temple, a floating steam crane moored alongside. It is sponsored by the Antwerp council as an experiment in sustainable living. It is an old boat with a huge number of herbs, fruits and vegetables growing in pots and garden beds and chickens in a coop (with a pretend pig). There was a bar where you could buy a limited type of beer, soft drink or ...


A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on Jun 11, 2013

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... br> The trip took about an hour - busy train with lots of locals and tourists. We were amazed to see a huge bicycle parking lot at one of the stations en route to Bruges. Covered and undercover parking! Bicycles minus helmets have been a very popular mode of transport right throughout all the countries we have visited. At the station, we caught a bus into the old town and were dropped off right in the Markt. This is a large cobbled stone square surrounded by ...

It's all about Beer & Chocolate!

A travel blog entry by dansam2012 on Jul 07, 2012

... on tap. We needed to do something normal for a change, so we went to the movies. We had to check that they showed anything in English, which they did at certain times. We watched Men and Black 3 which had Dutch subtitles. Movie was really good by the way! One thing I loved about Belgium was there awesome organic health food shops! We found some really good fresh spelt bread rolls and kamut bread. So good to find after eating no bread ...


A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Dec 01, 2011

... spire and the adjacent Grote Markt where a Christmas market was slowly being assembled for the following week. A couple of streets away, we discovered a great jazz bar, that had a mention in our Belgium guide book. The “De Muze” treated us to a female trio styled on The Andrews Sisters and they were remarkably good. The evening was shortened due to the tiresome journey and we retired ...

In Brugge

A travel blog entry by andyandchelsea on Jun 27, 2011

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... quick tour of the Cantillon Brewery, which is a traditional brewery in Brussels that uses the Lambic brewing process. Beers here are also combined with fruit to make cherry and rasberry beer. Since the brewing process is very traditional, it only uses spontaneous fermentation instead of adding yeast, which takes 3 years to make its blend of Gueuze. The beer is very sour and tastes nothing like the regular beer on the market. It ...

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