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Travel Blogs from Eindhoven
... I decided to take a direct cab. I don't want to be rushing or having to worry about the time, the long cab ride will complete my experience (:
At this moment I'm just thinking about how I see myself there and the hotel.
I really hope the Yotel Hotel is exactly what I am expecting.
I'll write you guys soon, departure from AMS to NWK is 21 days left!
... The aeroplane crash victims were remembered. The troops didn't carry flags in honour of them, and there was no music at the finish line. There were plenty of crowds though.
The Via Gladioli was packed and, after getting my medal with a crown on top, I made my way back to Marianne and Rein's. By the time I had had my shower, Tino, Rick and GJ were there, so we made a swift exit back to see Hellen and Ivo, eat fried food and fruit salad in the garden.
In support of the LGBT community, everyone was wearing pink, that is to say, many people were. I put on my lilac shorts. It was the best I could do at short notice. Reina was much better planned and sported a fine pair of pink bunny ears and fuscia coloured net gloves. Other walkers had gone to even more extreme lengths - clown outfits with pink wigs, pink aprons and a thong, sequinned hats, feather boas... It was a total riot of colour and design. I spent ...
... s nice to know that if I want to find a place with lots of grass and some water, I can head over to the campus and have myself a grand old time.
After my collegiate excursion, I rode my bike out of the campus area and into a tunnel that followed the canal. Instead of continuing along the canal, I made a left turn where I stumbled upon a plethora of gorgeous houses! I thought to myself, "This must be where the rich people live!" However, I don't know how many rich ...
... better than many, with Philips supplying food etc. Mr Philips' seat at PSV Eindhoven's stadium (in the crowd, not the lounge of course) has remained empty as a tribute ever since his death in 2005 at 100 yrs old. Very popular guy it seems.
I think Chris is very impressed with the amount of respect given to the bike here. The kids are very impressed by the bike lanes with their own bike lights, as well as ...