Antigone Hotel

Address: Jordaenskaai 11-12, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jordaenskaai 11-12, Antwerp, is near Steen Castle, City Hall, Het Steen, and Vleeshuis (Butcher's Hall).
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        Travel Blogs from Antwerp

        Home sweet home - Day 59

        A travel blog entry by sagar.shah on Oct 11, 2015

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        The time has come to say goodbye and look back at one of the most memorable trips of my life. 2 months seems so long but yet I feel like I've only started travelling and want to continue exploring and immersing myself in different cultures. Many people sum up SE Asia by "Temples, Beaches and Markets" and sure all the following are abundant in this area of the world, however such a simplification does no justice whatsoever to the experiences that we have had. For me, what I loved the most ...

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        ... get on and song, one guy played guitar, musically entertaining everyone, of course in hopes we will all spare some change.

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        Culture Shock

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        ... Turkish coffees. They weren't out to get me (at least not most of them). Maybe this place wasn't so bad after all. As I walked home, the tired owner of a doner shop stood on his door stoop. "Bon soir, madame!" he smiled at me. Maybe this place wasn't so bad after all.

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        Windy to Antwerp

        A travel blog entry by lizzieben on Aug 25, 2013

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        Quite a long day today >60 miles. A lovely start along a "mystical" canal for 15 miles or so. Got a little lost, but had a lovely lunch of chips + mayonnaise in Bassenvelde. From there we battled into a strong wind for hours, finally arriving in Antwerp ...

        ZOMBIFFF PARADE -traditional music Salento

        A travel blog entry by voodool76 on Apr 08, 2013

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        ... dance of Pizzica Tarantata and traditional songs with roots in the Griko language a form of Greek spoken by a minority in Salento - to the enthusiastic attention of a new Italian generation and beyond.


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