How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Martin's Patershof
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Martin's Patershof Mechelen
Travel Blogs from Mechelen
Today was a little lighter. Up and out by 10:00 to Harrods department store via the Piccadilly Line for another go. Afterward we walked down Sloane St and found a wonderful bistro for lunch at the Plantechnicon.
Then back to the Knightsbridge tube station to Piccadilly Circus and the Criterion Theatre to see 39 Steps- the play, well comedy …
Wij Ben in Mechelen. Den trein van Londeren was zier spoodig en comfortabel.Wel te ruuste.
Chuck and Tin Tin
... superb. To give you an idea of the type of shop we were in, the average price
for an armchair would have been €8,950.00. I kid you not. From there we went to
the De Wit Tapestry workshop for a tour. Very very interesting. Great to have the
techniques they used and still use explained, and then demonstrated on a loom.
Also included in the tour was an ...
... a change from the frugal dinners I've been having. I sat across from Heidi, who still lives in Lake City (her husband is also a guide, and they have two small children; they barely see each other at all during the summer), and next to Ralph, a distinguished-looking gentleman from Detroit. Think David Niven's American cousin.
The group is mostly middle-aged, with some retirees, a woman who is 42 though looks like a 17-year-old boy, and one teeny woman who I might ...
... at all on the street we were walking- only men hanging outside the shops smoking.
We are getting ready to take a train to Gembloux- a small town outside of Brussels. It will take about an hour on the train. We will meet up with the other Canadians there that have come for the weekend memorial activities. May 6 is Liberation Day here.