Address: De Keyserhoeve 13, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2040, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on De Keyserhoeve 13, Antwerp, is near Kloosterstraat.
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A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... re-established as the maritime museum.

John cooked again (this new apron he bought is working well!!) whilst Isi was still finalising the last of the blogs and newsletters finally publishing everything up to date again. Phew it had been a mammoth task this time! Isi also did passage planning for our journey into Holland tomorrow.

After dinner we both went to use the WiFi as we wanted to book our holiday to Malta for Christmas and New ...

Different start to the trip

A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta on Mar 28, 2013

... to the beautiful old town of Brugges (pronounced bruje) and the lovely the old market town of Gent. The drive could have been more exciting if I would be driving in daylight. Night driving is a bit boring and a wee bit tiring. Atlast after driving for almost 2.5 hours we reached our first destination of the trip, Antwerp at Rahul and Purvi's. We were really happy to see our little princess Aanya after a ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Jul 24, 2012

5 photos

... walked to Klaas' garden on the Molendijk, where he was fishing. This is opposite the famous mill called 'De Lelie' built in 1836. It is used for grinding grain and there is a replica of this mill built in the south west of WA not far from the Stirling Ranges. It is called 'The Lily''. Then walked to the small harbour and had a drink at the Cafe. A great relaxing day. Caught up with Annemarie on the ...

Across the (mill) Pond?

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Apr 15, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

... appreciate.

I’m not sure I am explaining very well what I mean by ‘individual experience’ but another part of it is having absolutely no pressure to do anything. There are no shore excursions to consider, no entertainment apart from your own making, rarely others to be sociable with and time aplenty to do with as you please. The other side of that statement is the fact that if you do want to go ashore, it is up to you to sort things out ...

Beer, Beth and Belgium

A travel blog entry by btn on Jan 01, 2011

24 photos

... br> Belgium is one of those countries that so many people pass over or don't bother seeing. I think this is criminal - beer, chocolate, waffles ,french fries and some of the friendliest people on earth. I personally enjoyed Antwerp the most because it was a kind of medium between the intense fusion of cultures in Brussels and the very untouched feeling of Bruges. But if you ever get the chance to go anywhere in Belgium, don't pass it up.

Happy New Year!
Beth ...