Holiday Inn Eindhoven
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... even started our holiday in earnest! Yesterday we rode into town and went to the museum to see nine original Van Gogh! I doubt that we have that many in Australia. We will not go far tomorrow-- possibly down the river to Willemstaatd for a few days and then into the Biesboch for another couple of days-- we will just have to wait and ...
... to the Netherlands.
It's doing surprisingly well as far as I could tell. I ended up in there on a cheap t shirt spree. Most of the clothes I packed were shirts and jeans ready for the likes of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi where shorts are banned owing to the locals objecting to tourists running around their worship centre dressed in underwear. It quickly became obvious though, just in Eindhoven's ...
... oblivious to the fact a wolf disguised as a mormon in full suit and tie is lurking outside their front door. Hopefully when I get to Brasov the Wolf and Bear Sanctuary will readdress the balance a bit.
So yeah, I got back to Eindhoven, got lost in blistering temperatures with a heavy backpack, spent too much money on a taxi and went to sleep.
The school is well resourced. The students also benefit from using tools close to industry standard.
School of Form offers a 3.5-year full-time design course, after which
students obtain a Bachelors degree from the University of Social
Sciences and Humanities (SWPS). According to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education the school of form has Poland's best study program.
According to the school ...
Professor Marc DeVries
Eindhoven /Delft University
Today I met with Professor Marc De Vries. This is one of Marc's many bios that I found online but i think it paints at least 1/3 of a picture (maybe) of what Marc does and who he is:
"Marc J. de Vries is profesor of science and technology education at
Delft University of Technology, affiliate professor of reformational
philosophy (of technology) at the same institute and assistant professor