Mertens-Hofman

Address: Wipstraat 41, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2018, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wipstraat 41, Antwerp.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

And so it begins...history repeating itself!

A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 17, 2014

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... Oh, remember when Jess and I were travelling around Canada and we had the creepy stalker man sticking his man parts at us from across the bridge in the middle of a national park? Well…we
had a similar situation today (SERIOUSLY, WHY DOES THIS KEEP HAPPENING TO US?!?!). About five minutes into wondering around the pretty streets, a man who was walking in the same direction as us but in front suddenly turned around to face us and ...

Antwerp

A travel blog entry by voltronjo on Apr 05, 2013

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... Erin and Liz. Liz dislocated her knee and is still continuing to backpack around Europe. So props to Liz! We made a giant salad (none of us had eaten vegetables in a while), boxed stuffing, and wine that was actually grape juice. I was glad that I didn't miss out on Easter dinner even though there was no turkey. I spent 2 nights in Antwerp and then caught a train to Paris at 7 am the day before my birthday. I'm not sure if I'll ever go back to ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Jul 24, 2012

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... walked to Klaas' garden on the Molendijk, where he was fishing. This is opposite the famous mill called 'De Lelie' built in 1836. It is used for grinding grain and there is a replica of this mill built in the south west of WA not far from the Stirling Ranges. It is called 'The Lily''. Then walked to the small harbour and had a drink at the Cafe. A great relaxing day. Caught up with Annemarie on the ...

Knee deep in flowers we'll stray

A travel blog entry by cdrgray on Apr 12, 2012

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... hard work. We needed some rest.
After lunch we used a pedestrian and bicycle tunnel to cross the river and take in Antwerp's skyline from the left bank. It was a nice walk over and back. They have elevators and escalators to take you down and up so the walk under the river is flat. No sweat, no rain, just a nice walk.
Tomorrow: Nijmegan ...

More than just diamonds

A travel blog entry by ardnopes on Oct 18, 2010

The reputation Antwerp had in my mind before visiting was of a business-oriented city, big in the diamond trade, without much to attract the tourist. However, I'd worked with people from there, and I was curious to see the place. Happily, friends we were staying with in the Netherlands spurred me on, saying that it's a really nice city and worth a day of wandering around. So, off to Antwerp we went.

They're right: it's a ...