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PostPosted: 04/01/2010, 02:38 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

Where did you stay at the last MFVF. How were the rooms, the breakfast, the price? Would you stay there again?
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PostPosted: 04/01/2010, 06:41 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

if you want my advice, go for the camping place right next the oktober hallen, i did it at mfvf 7, it's not the most comfortable thing sure, but it's cheap and it'll get you within a walking distance of the oktober hallen.

And next to that, there are a lot of people there for the same festival, so there are a lot of friendly people there for the same reason you are, which can make it more fun there then in a motel.

Should you decide to go there, look for a red mazda 121, that'll be me ^^


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PostPosted: 05/01/2010, 10:45 am Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

Last year I have stayed in Ibis hotel Aalst, but I'm afraid this is already sold out this year. You can also stay in Keizershof hotel in Aalst.


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PostPosted: 05/01/2010, 10:56 am Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

yes it's stange that the Ibis is currently not available... Shocked Is it complete for this weekend ?
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PostPosted: 06/01/2010, 09:06 am Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

I'm already booked in to the Keizershof.
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PostPosted: 06/01/2010, 09:36 am Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

tomsbfc wrote:
I'm already booked in to the Keizershof.
But their rates are expensive.


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PostPosted: 06/01/2010, 03:16 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

r_kerber wrote:
tomsbfc wrote:
I'm already booked in to the Keizershof.
But their rates are expensive.


Yes, i know. It'll be one of my main trips of the year and i've given myself plenty of time to save up! Smile
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PostPosted: 07/01/2010, 07:28 am Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

Kaizershof is expensive. I paid last year 270 euro for 3 nights. Someone knows Graaf Van Vlaanderen Paddys B&B or Station Hotel near station?

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PostPosted: 07/01/2010, 01:50 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

tomisdarkfate wrote:
yes it's stange that the Ibis is currently not available... Shocked Is it complete for this weekend ?


That appears to be the case, yeah. Tried to book at Ibis last week, but they were completely booked around that period.


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PostPosted: 19/01/2010, 02:34 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

Normally, you should be able to book rooms at Ibis now.


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PostPosted: 19/01/2010, 06:34 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

that would be the case usually but this year its seems Aalst, not only Ibis, is booked Shocked


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PostPosted: 19/01/2010, 06:54 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

So, you can't book a room at Ibis ?
Maybe it's already full Confused


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PostPosted: 21/01/2010, 09:05 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

tomsbfc wrote:
I'm already booked in to the Keizershof.


I'll see you there then (and on the train over, and a few Pythia gigs before then).
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PostPosted: 23/01/2010, 03:04 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

I have a priority card for the Ibis and I cannot get in there either. I have managed to get in the Malpertuus instead which is in fact a lot nearer to Aalst railway station than the Ibis is.


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PostPosted: 08/02/2010, 04:23 pm Post subject: Overnight accomodation in Aalst Reply with quote

predator wrote:
tomsbfc wrote:
I'm already booked in to the Keizershof.


I'll see you there then (and on the train over, and a few Pythia gigs before then).



Good man! Makes co-ordination of travelling and drinking a lot easier! Very Happy
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