Travel Blogs from Eindhoven
Arriving into Amsterdam compared to China was a complete breeze; so breezy that the lackadaisical stature of the immigration officer was a tad unnerving. He only asked me two questions, "What is your purpose?" and "How long will you be staying?". That was it. No, "Where are you staying?" or Who is your contact?". After my easy peasy immigration experience, I caught a train to Eindhoven for 20€ (one way...) and enjoyed a 70 minute train ride to ...
Today is the day I'm taking a plane to the time of my life. Reading this you must be wondering what a person does on a day like this... Well, this day started with me turning off my alarm at 8 am. The next thing I know I wake up at 9.30. So yeah that was awesome! But we made it, I packed my suitcase, mom did my hair and I got dressed! We both were all ready to go by the time the taxi ...
... they were nice anyway. It was also located in a house Napolean used to live in. Time for lunch before catching the train to Eindhoven to meet back with my parents. I found then at the station and we went to check out the main part of town. Shops were just shutting so we stopped at a cafe for a drink and the had dinner at a noodle ...
... possible bikes for Ioana, and there were a few for around 90 euros (unfortunately by Wed they had sold out the cheaper ones... damn.) I spent the rest of the afternoon chilling out, watching TV. I had my last dinner alone, and went to bed.
So on Tuesday morning I walked to the station and hopped on a train to Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. I hadn't told Ioana I was meeting her, I was surprising her. After 1.5 hours on the train I was at the airport, ...
... First stop was her University where we participated in a few hand-eye and sensory demonstrations. We visited the multicultural section where we enjoyed Baklava in a small turkish restaurant and biked through the marketplace where cheese, traditional Dutch clothing and bikes (among many other items) were being sold. Later that night we experienced a bit of the Eindhoven nightlife at a techno party overlooking a huge indoor skatepark. As that night had been a fairly ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking