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

What a "Gay Day"

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... of ale glass in its wooden holder. Isi bought some Duval which is one of her favourites and then on our way back to ST she bought even more in the supermarket to try but they are sooooooo gooooood.

Back on ST we sat outside with a beer and watched the world going by. John cooked again chicken and salad. That night we had lot of research to do, winter storage, Broads, Holiday and catch up with typing blog, newsletter and naming photos before ...

Flying on Land

A travel blog entry by judy59 on Jun 15, 2013

4 photos

... Giovanni (fro Italy) and apparently it means John. Our tour director is Gerhard and he is from Austria, a taller grey haired gentleman. Thankfully he is slightly taller, means we can see him when we need to rally back and follow him through streets etc. The Hotel is called exactly that - The Hotel. Not a lot of imagination went into that name. We are on the 11th floor, just amazing view out ...

Different start to the trip

A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta on Mar 28, 2013

... on these roads before. Driving in the mainland is an experience for me in its own. I, like any other Indian living in the UK have driven on the left side of the road all my life. Driving on the right side of the road was as scary as it was exciting. My previous experience of driving In the mainland helped me a lot. I got used to driving on the other side of the road in no time. Drive to Antwerp took ...

Belgium the beautiful

A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 14, 2012

... lucky to get your hands on this (we got the 2nd to last bottle in the bar), one should enjoy this Trappist beer with a young Gouda cheese, topped with a strong Dijon mustard and celery salt...weird, but delicious. As our guide expertly described the taste of this beverage, "it's like an angel ******* on your tongue". Spot on sir, spot on. The consensus around the table was unanimous, this beer was awesome and apparently the global authority on beer agrees, dubbing this beer the best ...

Across the (mill) Pond?

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Apr 15, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

... appreciate.

I’m not sure I am explaining very well what I mean by ‘individual experience’ but another part of it is having absolutely no pressure to do anything. There are no shore excursions to consider, no entertainment apart from your own making, rarely others to be sociable with and time aplenty to do with as you please. The other side of that statement is the fact that if you do want to go ashore, it is up to you to sort things out ...