Internationaal Zeemanshuis

Address: Falconrui 21, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Falconrui 21, Antwerp, is near Plantin - Moretus Museum, Mode Museum (MoMu), Bazar Bizar, and Nexus Six Again.
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Travel Blogs from Antwerp

Billions of Blue Blistering Barnacles....!!!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Sep 14, 2013

2 comments

... from the late 1930s and 1940s. There was even a little analysis of why we love Tintin. It was amazing. As the museum says, Tintin essentially lacks facial features. He has a very bland face, and he is “nobody”. However, in being nobody, he is everyone. He is you, he is me. We can relate to him. Furthermore, Tintin knows how to handle dicey situations. It’s like he’s you, but he’s a better you. He knows how to ride ...

Antwerp, the city I hadn't heard of

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on May 28, 2013

13 photos

... red light district. The rain had started again which scared us from going back outside so instead we became friendly with two Aussie blokes and two American girls in our room. We chatted with them for many hours before heading out for dinner and also an innocent visit to the most touristy coffee shop we could find. We wandered the rainy streets for a short while visiting some of the shops in the red light district before bed.

The next day our flight wasn't ...

Our stay in Brussels

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Apr 09, 2013

11 photos

... churches everywhere! There are lots of museums and art galleries, most of which are housed in beautiful old buildings. We could have spent a month there!

Apart from its buildings, Brussels is renowned for its beer, its chocolate and its lace. Robert sampled a few of the beers and we both enjoyed the most delicious hot chocolate – a number of times! It was especially welcome on the ...

So, Call Me Maybe?

A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Apr 22, 2012

5 photos

... train up to her small town and was greeted warmly by her family. It was incredible to be thrown into this biligual family who were changing languages so easily! Of course, they tried their best to keep it English for my sake. Margaux and I kept it a quiet night after dinner just watching 500 Days of Summer and then heading to bed! The next day was going to tiring for the day trip planned to Antwerp. We were going to need some rest. In the morning, ...

Brussels: Grime and Splendor

A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Mar 10, 2012

1 comment, 43 photos

For all that Brugge was with its Medieval canals and cozy-quaint feeling, Brussels was the opposite with large boulevards with tons of cars, the immense European Quarter, large multinational headquarters and the huge Royal Palace. There was an interesting juxtaposition of grime and splendor in the city, with nice museums contrasting with some areas that looked run-down. I know that every city has that, but there were relatively quite a lot of run-down areas of ...