Hotel Campanile Eindhoven

Address: Noord Brabantlaan 309, Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, 5657, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Noord Brabantlaan 309, Eindhoven, is near Van Abbe Museum (Van Abbemuseum), De Tongelreep Swimming Paradise, and Kempenland Museum Eindhoven.
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Travel Blogs from Eindhoven

TE in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Oct 21, 2014

... a unified approach to solving TE issues that arise. Personally I think this is one of many reasons why some of the TE programs are so successful..

In the lower secondary system TE was implemented as compulsory in lower secondary from 93. The universities did some interesting things in terms of teacher training and curriculum development at this time. When developing the curriculum the Netherlands took design element from UK curriculum and a critical approach from ...

Bike trip

A travel blog entry by cdennison on Oct 02, 2014

12 photos

... a beautiful castle, circa 1600's, and met some landscape artists two of whom were working on a giant beehive, and further on a few were building a low wall out of forest debris. We also saw a windmill just outside the town of Heeze, complete with goats and miniature ponies. We then continued along the bike path towards the town of Valkenswaard, stopping for lunch at a lovely thatched restaurant ...

Bike rides, Dutch parenting, & Banned desserts

A travel blog entry by laschwartzner on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... do live there because it seemed like a lot of businesses have taken up residence in those "houses" (i.e.: Dutch mansions). It doesn't matter; the businesses have kept the property true to its original structures and even included landscaping around the house. I continued riding along and taking in the flowers that smelt of honeysuckle and freesias. I started to hear giggling and stumbled upon a group of little kids playing soccer and yelling at each other in Dutch.

Philips and more family

A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jul 11, 2013

4 photos

... seats, and trays on front for carrying assorted animals and children. Visited a bike shop and I doubt you would see a whole section in an NZ bike shop dedicated to wicker baskets for the front of the bike.

Then later we went for another family visit to meet up with an aunt and uncle and a cousin and her family. The kids had a blast playing with their second cousins and meeting Opa's 'little brother'.


A travel blog entry by anne.bao on Aug 05, 2012

3 comments, 60 photos

... signs.

  • Opportunity to use the macro setting on my camera.
  • The bad bits were as follows:
    • Exhibits were massive and pointless. A bee exhibit was in a HUGE building and the main attraction was simply a very small bee hive. wow.
    • Towers and things that led you to nothing. You wait in a queue, climb a tower, get to the top and there is nothing interesting at the top. Also the tower is not that high so there ...