Hotel The Oak
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
The day started with a shower, a little rain and good faith in finding a good garage to fix the motoroil problems. The first garage was closed but the second one was a BMW moto and car garage who were happy to help us. After me spending an hour in the waiting room (luckily with wifi) and Jim helping the German mechanics, we were ready to start our trip to Belgium.
After driving about an hour in the rain, passing roads who were filled with water, roads ...
... I was impressed that Birkenstocks are really cheap here, only 15 euros for slippers! Also various other brands like Chloe handbags are only 300 euros! Much cheaper than their retail price in Australia.
That is pretty much all we did, just shop and check out the town. Eindhoven is quite a nice place, seems about the same as Ghent. Oh and I should add that everyone in Belgium and the Netherlands seems to speak English really well.
... able to walk straight onto a bus with people knowing what they are doing was amazing.
Anyway, so we got to the drop off point and made our way to the camp site. We camped in c3 which was about a 10 minuet walk from the main festival site. We didnt even have to queue to get in there either! Just walked straight in and got our campsite wrist band. We easily found a space big enough for our massive tent and set up in no time. We were right next to ...