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... of lightbulbs. Sadly as of Saturday 6th it appears to be a construction site, which is weird as people were reviewing it online as late as yesterday. My hidden lightbulb fetish is going to have to go unrelinquished.
It's not all entirely snoozestad though, Eindhoven has a new face in town. (Not me, I'm just passing through)
That UK owned bastion of good taste and classy clothing Primark ...
... me €110 for a new one and the wifi at the hostel barely works.
Despite all this and slogging around Eftelling on no sleep in 30c heat I'm happy enough.
Eindhoven is nice in a chilled out slightly boring type of way. I could easily live here.
Eftelling was amazing, little in the way of fast thrilling rides but the amount of imagination that has gone into that ...
... camp at a place on the river and go back when the shop was open. We put the tents up and headed back the5km into town. I purchased the inner and we found the supermarket for food for dinner-- this included strawberries bought from a farm stall. Lilli cooked up mushrooms and eggs and onion for us both in a tiny frying pan. We had this with a healthy salad. The toilet block is about 400m away, so involves a bike ride to get there. Lovely sunny day with only a few ...
... them to make coffee and a tea for Lilli. Riding along a brand new cycle track, we were just remarking of how smooth it was, when we rounded a corner to be confronted with a digger bearing down on us in a menacing manner. We had strayed on a road- building site ! So we had to make a rapid retreat and take a detour round the extensive works. We ended up beside a main road heading towards Venlo. It was a shorter route but not so picturesque.. Looking at the map when we came over ...
... stroll each day to a sumptuous breakfast in the Abbey great room. This abbey is also knowd for its great wines and beer.
As always, Pierre and Linda took us to interesting places. I always learn a little more about our native province after each outing ...