Dusk Till Dawn

Address: Onze Lieve Vrouwestraat 81, Mechelen, Antwerpen, 2800, Belgium | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Onze Lieve Vrouwestraat 81, Mechelen, is near Middelheim, City Square, Zurenborg, and Flanders Toy Museum (Speelgoedmuseum).
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Travel Blogs from Mechelen

Merchtem

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on May 21, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... had to be done. Boring!!! Parked up in Merchtem for the night just north of Brussels, still miserable outside. But we keep our selves busy with planning our next route and modifying skippy to make our life's easier, it also helps having fantastic company...... Added some more photos of Skippy ...

Sooo sleepy

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 01, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... of people in it, no one sat next to me, across from me, in front or behind me. I read my book most of the time and had a chocolate HobNob flapjack for a snack.


When the train arrived in Brussels, I had to transfer to a local train to get to Central Station one stop away. The directions for how to get from the station to the hotel were very clear: look for the signs inside the station that say "Marché aux Herbes/Grasmarkt" and follow them. Well, it's the first of May, ...

Grote Markt

A travel blog entry by scootergal on May 05, 2012

1 comment, 65 photos

... lots of other weird and wonderful stuff all within a 1km radius of Grand Place. I wandered around for hours and got some desperately needed exercise for my legs - although they didn't thank me for it.

One little fella I had been told about was Manneken Pis. He is a small statue of a boy peeing and was once a drinking fountain. They dress him up for special occasions and this happened to be one of them because he was ...

A Day in Antwerp

A travel blog entry by fitchett on May 04, 2011

8 photos

... on playing the organ.

We decided to eat locally, and ate a seasonal Flemish specialty of severely overcooked white asparagus (but the nutmeg made a nice touch), and then Marion had a dish of creole chicken (with bananas and other fruit) while David had a beef and beer stew. Marion finished off with a fresh mint tea (but which seemed to contain something else as well). The dinner was surprisingly expensive (largely because of the ...

4 cities, 3 countries, 3 trains, 3 subways,1 day

A travel blog entry by hiwhthi on Mar 12, 2011

8 photos

... dark hallways and left our keys in the room.

As we headed to the train station, gray skies were just beginning to lift. The town was still quiet before cars would come racing across the bridge into Amboise. When we reached the other side of the river Suzie spotted a bakery; it was the only store open and a line formed outside its door. I bristled as she stepped in to buy more baguettes, because our train would ...