De Collse Hoeve

Collse Hoefdijk 24, Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, 5674VK, Netherlands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Collse Hoefdijk 24, Eindhoven, is near Van Abbe Museum (Van Abbemuseum), De Tongelreep Swimming Paradise, City Gates, and Kempenland Museum Eindhoven.
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Travel Blogs from Eindhoven

Walking with Gladioli

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 18, 2014

23 photos

The final day just needed a small 'push a little harder'. With the benefit of hindsight, I really don't know how I finished the walk last year. This time I had no blisters, none, zero, zilch, and apart from tired legs, no real pain. Last year I succeeded through the use of heavy duty pain-killers and sheer determination. It took two months to recover. This time I needed to take hardly any pharmaceutical encouragement.

Yes, I trudged the miles and felt ...

Walking Over Seven Little Mountains

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 17, 2014

18 photos

... and were making drinks to order for walkers. I just had some water, and ate my snack, but it was a nice break. It was less hot that last year, but still warm.

The hills undulated nicely, and a guy in a paraglider thing with a motor swooped overhead, only a few feet from our hats.

Back into Nijmegen, I missed seeing Marianne, Rein and Suzanne at the pub ...

Walking in Pink

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 16, 2014

17 photos

... half the walk planning what I would make my teenage son wear next year if he gets a place. He missed out on a ticket this year as the walk was nearly 8000 people oversubscribed. I settled on shiny pink lycra cycle shorts and a bow tie.

The first ten miles went quickly and I chatted to some Canadian troops and then to some British Bobbys from the met. I had lost my flag before the start line, but I collected some Canadian flag pins to stick to my ...

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.
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Philips and more family

A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jul 11, 2013

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... 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'.
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