De Bremerberg

Address: Bijsselseweg 3, Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, 8256, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bijsselseweg 3, Biddinghuizen, is near Walibi World.
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Travel Blogs from Biddinghuizen

Day 5 - Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by dior114 on Sep 19, 2013

We went down stairs for brekky because our hotel had a breakfast buffet service. We then went to the central station and jumped on the blue canal line. We saw a windmill and the marina and other boats. We got off at a stop and had lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. Milan managed to spill tomato sauce all over his pants(hehehehehe). I had a grilled chicken sandwich it was yuuuuummy. We found a museum that had an outdoor area there was a fountain that was shaped as a circle and when ...

Day 4 - Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by dior114 on Sep 18, 2013

... crepe and some mini pancakes it was yummy. The waiter gave us a free 5kg Nutella to our disappointment the was no Nutella in there. ��. We checked into our hotel room OMG this is the best hotel room ever. It had a ladder on the ground leading up to two single beds��. Today we had a 24 hour canal pass ...

Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by pkinsey on Jul 27, 2013

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... SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA. When we were there, we did see that still active in ship building, eel smokers and cheese production like in the old days. Ger showed me an old lock and explained how they worked. The town also has the old gutters still along side the houses, where in the old days the sewer flowed through the streets. Now it they are used for rain water run-off.

We stopped in ...

Waterland day tour

A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 07, 2013

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... hours sleep last night!

Today had 17 hours of sunlight! We travelled by bus 25km west of Amsterdam to the Waterland region. It has every stereotype one would expect from the Dutch countryside: flat rural land with dykes, clogs, windmills, flowers and wooden houses. The four rural towns we visited were:

Edam - famous for its cheese

Volendam - tourist town on the coast of Markermeer lake.
- The lake is 700 square kms in area and used to ...

Planes, trains, automobiles, trams, buses, boats

A travel blog entry by profsockabiatch on May 27, 2013

... it, drink it, or plug it in.) So, cheese it is. Ended the day downtown with Indonesian food and some wine. Okay several glasses of wine and a "white beer with lemon" that I liked. I'm probably going to have to start eating cheaper because I'm going to blow through my money. I love these trips but damn they kill my wallet. The boys and I will be spending the month off June living on Totinos pizzas (which, ...