Bed and Breakfast Patine

Address: Leopold de Waelplaats 1, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000 , Belgium | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on Leopold de Waelplaats 1, Antwerp, is near Mode Museum (MoMu), Kammenstraat, De kookwinkel Soly, and Ann Demeulemeester.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Day 10 - Movin' On

A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... easy enough, with the city being quite compact and walkable. Made a mental note to try some beer while here, as every building seems to have a shop that sells it. Settling into our hotel, we admired the panoramic view of Brussels before setting out to find a supermarket to stock up our kitchenette. Armed with several foreign delicacies, we wandered back in the sunshine to settle in for the night in our twin beds pushed together, ready to explore the city properly ...

Welcome to Brussels airport and train station

A travel blog entry by jolie_fluffy on May 02, 2013

2 photos

... to explain why I didn't have a booked hotel...heheh

So! I easily...well almost easily)) found the train station, bought a ticket from Brussels Airport to Namur and was happy to find out that the train was going every 15 minutes))

I caught my train and came to Brussels Nord where I had to change to another train to Namur. I didn't find it very difficult)) I know French so I could easily ...

Fast, wet, marvellous and delicious.

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 22, 2012

2 comments

... has sent lots of messages and has read all my entries. I love it that she follows my trip. For dinner we did a typical Dutch dinner event called "gourmetten". Here a hot plate is put on the table and everyone gets their own bite sized pan. You can select from lots of delicious things and then cook it yourself. This was an amazing experience that was new to me and I really enjoyed it and I want to have a set just like this to use at home. The table was ...

Munich and Brussels

A travel blog entry by erinmhancock on Jul 02, 2012

35 photos

... Saturday, our final day in Germany, we went to Munich. We started the day with a visit Dachau, the concentration camp. It was extremely interesting and it was a weird feeling thinking that you were actually standing where so much history and so many horrible things have happened. It was almost too overwhelming and hard to wrap your head around the fact that you were actually there in one of the places you have learned so much about. After Dachau, we went to eat lunch ...

Belgian Beerfest!

A travel blog entry by rorywitt on Jul 02, 2011

31 photos

... a fake beach was setup, to the North Train Station, to the red light district, down Rue de Brabant the main Arab and Turkish store street, which gets 7.4 million visitors annually, through the black red light district (read that however you want), through the Botanique, through little Africa, the European quarter, including the European Parliament, the most expensive shopping street, a panoramic view of downtown ...