Hotel Noah

Address: Lichtaartsebaan 51, Kasterlee, Antwerpen, 2460, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lichtaartsebaan 51, Kasterlee.
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        Travel Blogs from Kasterlee

        Sunday in Antwerp

        A travel blog entry by rskil on Jun 28, 2015

        ... clothes' I had a lovely time window shopping! I first went to Rubenhuis / Rubén House but the line was long at 10:30. It was because it was Sunday and the last day for the exhibition, Rubén - private ( family portraits ). I decide to go back to the Museum Mayer Van Den Bergh which was 500 m away, buy the double ticket for 10 €, saving 8€ if I bought them separately plus I would save time on the line up to ...

        Looking back at China, my thoughts.

        A travel blog entry by cliona on Feb 22, 2015

        2 comments

        ... have different meanings.

        It's a country filled with history, the dynastic system is something the Chinese will tourists to understand. They're very patriotic and love sharing their countries history and beauties. Art can be seen everywhere, their language is an art form in itself. The old architecture is astounding, with the curved roves and elaborately coloured pillars. There is a new wonder beyond every corner. Public parks are a wonderful getaway from the bustling ...

        The short 3 hour trip that took 5!

        A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 08, 2014

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... Started up and cast off only to realise that there was another set of lock gates the other side of a very low bridge!! They eventually opened the other gates then we had to wait absolutely ages for them to close the road and open the bridge. We called them on the radio and he said as soon as the bridge is open we can go through but be quick!!!! We went through before it had even finished opening, we were that quick, and tied up. We then had to wait ages ...

        The Somme, Northern France

        A travel blog entry by vickibreen on Jun 20, 2014

        3 comments, 3 photos

        ... been shot and left and then blasted to smithereens in the proceeding chaos of bombing and shelling and his remains sucked into the mud of the surrounding area.No wonder , that the few who made it home from this war became alchoholic and never spoke of it. Today,the Somme area is mostly agricultural ,wheat,corn and potato fields abound edged with red poppies wavering in the breeze.They remind me of the blood of the thousands ...

        Innovative Project

        A travel blog entry by loesdeparade on Jan 25, 2013

        3 comments

        ... politics, culture and the current problems in Thailand. When I get there, Belgian and Thai pupils will be in contact via mail or/and video. Belgian pupils may always comment on my blog as well and at the end they have to set up an event that will help the Thai pupils by collecting money, books, finding sponsors for school material, etc.

        I still have to find a school that is willing to do this and I'm leaving ...