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... There are like 5 different lanes though! There are four lanes for cars, bike lanes, and sidewalks! The biking lanes have their own signs and traffic lights...it's unreal! I plan on renting a bike tomorrow. VVV (the Dutch version of AAA) is located next to the train station where you can rent bikes for 10€ a day but you must give them a 50€ deposit...and it was very unclear if they give that 50€ back...must remember to ask tomorrow! ...
Word for 19/6: Airborne
So Eindhoven, or more specifically the campground we stayed in called Witven, has a bit more to tell than I wrote in our last blog, before I carry on with the report for the day.
We pulled up to the campground, over-heating, tired and wary to find that this site in the middle of nowhere was situated on the banks of a lake – amazing, we both dug out our togs (first time we'd needed them since Dubai) and headed for ...
We would have left earlier, but class schedules and flight schedules meant that we would not leave until April first.
Our flight was unusually early for a Ryan Air flight, so we had to get up early and get going, which meant that not everything got done and that there was a bit extra stress involved, especially when Victor thought that we had lost ...
... and we piled on with Ioana's luggage. By the time we arrived in Eindhoven in was 3:20 and I hadn't had lunch, so on the walk home we made a quick stop at a kebab shop and I bought a broodje kebab, that filled me up.
At home, Ioana unpacked, spread her **** everywhere and then showered. The apartment was so tidy. Sigh. We then headed to the supermarket to give Ioana a taste of the Dutch groceries and to buy some biscuits, wine, soft drink, and ...
As I look out of the window at the grey sky and the light but persistent drizzle, I allow myself just 2 minutes to daydream about the pristine blue sea and blue sky off Ko Chang, the sun warming your skin and turning your nose pink by days end, the lively bustle and thick cooking smells of the streets of Bangkok... But then I take a satisfying sip from my cup of steaming hot tea and pull my cardigan tight around me and think "yep, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking