Hotel Campanile Eindhoven
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I started today with a bit of a screw-up. The plan was to get up nice and early, go visit the house where Perry’s mother lived in Den Haag, then head down to Eindhoven. That’s all well and good but only if you actually know the address in Den Haag that you need to visit. I was quite sure I’d written it down, bookmarked in my Maps app, but no … couldn’t find it anywhere. I ...
Mum's friend's friend's friend's friend.
Yeah, something like that.
But they are really cool and so kind, so I'm just going to call them my friends now.
I got back to their place, met their son and his dog, and they straight away had trying all sorts of typical Dutch food.
Some of which I really liked (like the tiny liquorish bits and the waffles - different ...
... the course.
Trent, Eindhoven and Deflt joined forces again and developed a course. Again not a teaching licence just a certificate to teach 'the design process' so to speak. These teachers again becoming leaders in the field. Due to the agreement the government developed with the technasium foundation even though the teachers have completed the university course they still have to go through the course the foundation developed. The universities are not trying to ...
... t wearing their back packs...and we are (old AR habits die hard). Bugger, it’s tough enough keeping up with these long legged Dutch runners as it is! By the time we've reached two checkpoints, and are heading for the third, the pack has run away from us and I am forced to navigate. We grab the last two checkpoints with little trouble and head back to base. Surprisingly, we are not last!
The last time I plotted coordinates onto a map during a ...
... to yesterday! The apartment is quite modern, yet very white with strange abstract art thrown here and there. The deck is quite lovely and has a view of the surrounding town with a bell-ringing church nearby. The grocery store experience was pretty ok, nothing too weird, but I wasn't looking close enough and Evan was hungry. We ended up buying some pork, garlic, TP, milk and butter (25€). Today, I found my way back to the city center (and I didn't ...