Sandton Hotel Eindhoven City Centre
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Somehow didn't wake up this morning. Not sure if the alarm didn't go off or we slept through it. So we decided not to stress and to have a leisurely breakfast and then wander to the station and see what trains we could get. We caught the IC to Basel, the ICE to Dusselldorf, an RE to Venlo and an IC to Rotterdam. It is amazing that even covering around 2000km the biggest wait between trains was 25 minutes. Only ...
Brugge en Delft August 31st to September 6th
From Brugge we travelled two and a half hours north into Holland, beyond Rotterdam to Delft. The two cities are similar. Both have well preserved old city centres - In Brugge it is medieval, in Delft, it is a little later, mainly 16th and 17th century. Narrow canals with low bridges define the older parts. Both are pedestrian and cyclist friendly, although, according to Meneer, the ...
Well like all plans of mice and men ours had a slight hiccup Nancy became sick on the morning we were suppose to fly out so at 4am Belgium times this little black duck was frantically making phone calls to change flight times. Thanks to Judy and our Fantastic Travel Agent we were able to change flights no problems at all, so Thanks Maria for your efforts and trouble in such a quick ...
... website hit us with so many ads I can't even begin to count them and the plane was no different. Each seat had ads on them, the overhead bins had ads and they would periodically have ads run over the intercom. The flight was only about 2 hours and Dublin is an hour behind most of Europe which meant we landed around 11am and luckily had the whole day ahead of ...
Today we said goodbye to Brussels and headed off to Eindhoven - not without a 1.5 hour detour so that Hamish could have a 10 minute visit to Drie Landen Punt though. I tried to talk him out of it, but it was very high on his list of 'must do's'. Drie Landen Punt is the spot where Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands meet. Three countries in less than a minute - now that's a whistle stop tour. It also has the bonus of ...
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