Atlas B&B

Address: Rabotstraat 40, Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Rabotstraat 40, Ghent, is near Gravensteen Castle, Patershol, Design Museum Gent, and Alijn House (Het Huis van Alijn).
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      We be day trippin'

      A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... at St. Michael's. Sometimes it seems like these old medieval church builders kept trying to one up each other. Regardless, it works out for us because we get to see one cool church after the other. There were individual rooms lining the sides of the church where people were buried, many of them church cardinals. It seemed like there were churches within churches, because even behind the main massive altarpiece there was a separate small prayer ...

      Still in Beautiful Belgium

      A travel blog entry by westolz on May 04, 2014

      ... out the Saint Nicholas Church where the paintings were stolen during the war. The movie, "Monument Men", is the story of how many of them were returned to the Church. Unfortunately, the paintings are only on display for holidays. We went into the church at 10:45 and they were arriving for services. There were only about 9 people there, but there was a choir singing as more people arrived. By the time we left, there were 20 or ...


      A travel blog entry by serenaabbott on Aug 02, 2013

      ... where we ate our lunch and relaxed for a bit, then walked into town stopping at a few places such as a museum (which we got in free) and a few squares and buildings. Wandered around the streets then made our way back to the station, got an incredibly busy and sweaty train back to Antwerp which wasn't great but got back to the hostel at 7ish. Showered and cooked ...

      Crashing dorm rooms

      A travel blog entry by matt_l on Oct 18, 2012

      ... about eight months since I got it, once the laptop dies on the train, it’s reading time. Headed back to Joke’s, watched some 30 Rock, wrote a little bit more of the entries that I needed to catch up on, and just chilled out for a while. Lynn fell pretty sick at the start of the day, but apparently she was feeling better. So Joke dropped me over there on the way over to hockey practice, and I hung out there for a while. We ...

      De Draecke Hostel, 8pm

      A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 28, 2012

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      ... clothes.

      Number three on the list is busses. They seem a lot less menacing than trams but there are plenty of them.

      And all these dangers are exacerbated by the number of people around on the narrow streets, with vehicles and building sites blocking the pavements, forcing you into the path of whatever vehicle it is on the road.

      Perhaps for all these reasons tram drivers seemed to be very patient (except ...