Hotel Campanile Eindhoven
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Ok so the window cleaner called, didn't really hamper me that much just had to load bike and go. Ending up in Eindhoven after a delayed start, to much stuff, re jigging etc. Not to worry on our way now me and my little sowing machine!
Places today of Dunkerque, Brugge, Antwerp and Eindhoven.
(More photos on camera, not able to put them on yet, true for future days ...
... I was impressed that Birkenstocks are really cheap here, only 15 euros for slippers! Also various other brands like Chloe handbags are only 300 euros! Much cheaper than their retail price in Australia.
That is pretty much all we did, just shop and check out the town. Eindhoven is quite a nice place, seems about the same as Ghent. Oh and I should add that everyone in Belgium and the Netherlands seems to speak English really well.
Once I arrived home we went to the supermarket to fetch some supplies for dinner, which was marinated chicken and chips. Pretty basic but quite delicious.
Friday: Both of us walked to uni, which is actually only a 25 minute walk (going by the bikepath which runs alongside the Dommel river, quite a nice walk). Ioana stayed at the library and studied International law while I worked up my reaction ...
... to wait for about an hour before the landlord arrived and showed me around. I started to get cold then, just standing still - it was 2 degC yesterday apparently.
... especially because Joris thought it was funny to withhold translations! The Mexican food was NOTHING like the Mexican food in the U.S. and frankly, not spiced at all! We ordered quesadillas but it just wasn’t the same and I hope Joris is able to come to America sometime to try our version of it!
We headed out into the snow toward the station to catch a bus to Veldhoven. However, the snow was coming down hard and not only was my hair soaked, but ...