De Bremerberg

Bijsselseweg 3, Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, 8256, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Location

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

We had to wake up at 5:30am so we could get to the airport to fly to Amsterdam which is an hour and ten minutes, we flew British Airways. We took a taxi to our hotel the Avenue Hotel. There a million bikes they even have bike traffic lights. We stopped and had a non proper lunch of traditional crepes, I has 1 Nutella ...

Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by pkinsey on Jul 27, 2013

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... the emerging shipyards. Many of the historic buildings today have their origin in those old times. Later, dams and dikes that were build to protect the region from the water, brought a end to Monnickendam's connection to outer sea and an area of economic downfall began. From then on, like other towns in the region, cattle stock and the production of dairy became the town's ...

Waterland day tour

A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 07, 2013

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... of the Zuiderzee, a saltwater inlet of the North Sea that was dammed off by a closure dike in 1932. Lake Markermeer has since begun to become a valuable ecological and recreational asset of its own. It is used as a freshwater reservoir and a buffer against floodwaters and droughts. In 2003 the Netherlands was hit by drought, and several minor dikes were endangered. Water from the Markermeer was used to keep the area surrounding Amsterdam wet, thereby keeping the ...

Did someone say Six Flags....

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown on Jul 04, 2012

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... pass by the new island that they built out of the sea called Almere. Once there the students all went off on their own and we had coffee and cake before heading out... next stop was swings for Jacqueline...then we walked around the park and went for a quick ride on the Splash Battle where we all had squirt guns on our ride and had to get others wet and others could get us wet from land.. what fun... we were soaking wet by the time we got off... but laugh.. Then we headed ...

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