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You can enter Belgium (or any other country in the Schengen area) with an EU format residence card (something that looks like that). It's part of the Schengen regulations (article 5 of the Schengen borders code) and I have some friends who have done it successfully. You do need a valid passport as well (i.e. you will need your new passport, even if it has ...
Bouillon is a fairly quiet town, but the place I would recommend is the brewery, quite small it produces three beers, but also has a shop that sells over 300 beers There is also an animal park / trail, but I have not visited it Some more information on the town is here on the visit Belgium website http://www.visitbelgium.com/index.php?page=bouillon-2
Other answers show that with daytime trains you can just barely make it in one day if you drive the last leg from Valencia, or you can have a layover in Paris or Barcelona. The former Ellipsos train-hotel service between France and Spain was discontinued in December 2013 when the high-speed train line was opened. However it is still possible to leave ...
If you really want to make it in one go it should be possible. According to Eurail the fastest itinerary you could follow from Antwerp-Central to Valencia-Terminal is the following. With this itinerary it would take you 13 hours and 45 minutes to get to Valencia. You can see at the bottom that this trip can be taken on a daily basis. It doesn't matter ...
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