Den en Heuvel

Address: Geelsebaan 72-74, Kasterlee, Antwerpen, 2460, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Geelsebaan 72-74, Kasterlee.
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        Travel Blogs from Kasterlee

        Incredible flower parade - Worlds best!

        A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Sep 06, 2015

        3 photos

        Well I must say before I was given the job of tour managing a trip to this flower parade - I had never heard of it - but I sure do now!

        Note to the wise - set off from Antwerp at 10am ( we did, others didnt). This is because the actual whole village of Zundert is there for people to explore with nice food stall, restaurants and sneek peaks of the exhibits.

        Once the parade starts - it actually takes your breath ...

        Sunday in Antwerp

        A travel blog entry by rskil on Jun 28, 2015

        ... van den berg museum is a personal collection, acquired over many years in the last half of the 18th century. It was an interesting collection of paintings, carvings, books, etc. the paintings were of particular interest to me,there were excellent Flemish painters including Brugel the elder and Rubens. I really enjoyed the medieval paintings as well, they showed many women with texts ( religious of course) in their hands. To me it ...

        Looking back at China, my thoughts.

        A travel blog entry by cliona on Feb 22, 2015


        ... where you can stroll through bonsai trees and watch people practice tai chi. The highlight was of course the Great Wall of China, but even that left us with a dark afterthought, we were told that the bodies of people who worked on the wall were used to build the wall. It's the longest cemetery in the world.
        Yangshuo was my favourite city by far, the bustling main street surrounded by huge lit up mountains. Climbing Guilin Laozhai with Cian. Cooking class, carrying our bikes through ...

        The short 3 hour trip that took 5!

        A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 08, 2014

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... before they even shut the bridge and we felt sorry for the motorists but it was not our fault. Then we had to wait ages and ages again before they closed the gates!! It was like they could only do one thing at a time and 5 minutes in between each operation. When we were finally going through to the main dock the lock keeper told us that there were already a lot of other yachts waiting to go into the marina. We tied up to wait again but we only had 30 minutes ...

        The Somme, Northern France

        A travel blog entry by vickibreen on Jun 20, 2014

        3 comments, 3 photos

        ... men whose remains still rest here.Small cemeteries frequently dot the countryside and bigger memorials to the missing and relocated graves are of prominence in the landscape. In the small village of Villers Bretonneux , Australian troops halted the German advance on Amiens and have never been forgotten by the inhabitants for their sacrifice.The "Victoria School" is a living memorial to Australian soldiers ,with a huge ...