Malcot Hotel

Address: Leuvensesteenweg 236, Mechelen, Antwerpen, 2800, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Leuvensesteenweg 236, Mechelen, is near Dierenpark Plankendael, Middelheim, Flanders Toy Museum (Speelgoedmuseum), and KBC Tower.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Malcot Hotel Mechelen

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Travel Blogs from Mechelen

Market in Mechelen

A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Feb 07, 2015

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... pretty easily, as I asked a woman right away if I was heading in the right direction. It's pretty much one turn from the train station and then you stay on that street. I roamed the market, took some photos and went inside St Rumbard's Cathedral. That thing is 512 steps to climb, almost 200 more than I did yesterday. I said, no thank you. I wasn't in the mood to become a sweaty beast again in the middle of the day. And today was the warmest day in ...

21st December, 2013 - Dream recorded

A travel blog entry by pieterr on Dec 21, 2013

THE DREAM: I was playing an MCSG game, but this one was special. A bukkit plugin, Bender, was installed, which gives each individual special moves depending on what class they choose. I chose water, and played out the game. I found some TIER 2 chests, but didn't put on the armour for some reason. I was also not using a weapon. I went to corn, and climbed up the tall tower, and grabbed the item up there, ...

Surprise adventure

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Jul 25, 2013

... what's your problem" That made the group laugh at their paranoia. The next thing we heard was someone running toward our group. One of the shirtless men ran straight between Stacey and I, almost knocking us over. Shirtless started pushing and yelling at the American that had made the comment earlier. We were all very confused as to why this guy was going so phsyco as we weren't trying to offend him. It took some minutes to convince shirtless that we ...

Brrrugge to Brrrussels..chilly as..Brrrr

A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 30, 2012

33 photos

... workers in "huge" winter coats, chainsaws and a lot of vodka I'm thinking..The sculptures bring a magical world of snow, ice and light Over 300 tonnes of ice and 400 tonnes of snow are cut, shaped, carved and polished into amazingly detailed figures inspired by Harry Potter.The sheer size of them is amazing, the details and imagination amazing.. for the kid in us could sit at the "ice table" lay on the "pelt covered" bed or slide down the "castle ...

Belgium: In three parts..

A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011


... the Musical Instruments Museum (there were no National guitars though - so a little disappointing for one member of the party); Mini Europe - which is exactly what the name suggests! It is a 'theme' park where you walk around and see miniature reproductions of the most attractive and popular monuments and buildings in Europe! Let's just say that after seeing the actual Eiffel Tower, seeing a 5 metre replica of it, is just not that impressive!! We regretted paying ...