De Bremerberg

Address: 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

... stopped you could run in the middle. We took heaps of photos. We jumped back on the canal mum tried it get tickets for the Anne Frank House but it was way to busy mum and all the other adults were disappointed but Milan and I were happy because we really didn't warn to go. The guy at Hard Rock Cafe told/recommended a place called Sky Lounge where you could get coffee and drinks and dessert overlooking all of Amsterdam. We got free refills for our hot chocolate it even ...

Through the polders and eventually to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by pkinsey on Jul 27, 2013

46 photos

... br> Moving on to Monnickendam, a small town of approx. 10,000 residents, which is not far from the big city of Amsterdam. It's located on the IJsselmeer (formerly Zuiderzee) and used to compete with Amsterdam for ship trade. Its history however, is long and rich and today it is a monumental little place. 74 buildings have gained national heritage site status, many in the centre.The ...

Waterland day tour

A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 07, 2013

14 photos

... similar concept to a school bus. I asked someone today about biking and the winter - everyone still bikes, the roads are sometimes icy plus it is dark both morning and night. Each bike has a light so it would be something to see all the bikes and lights travelling on a winter morning. They only have 8 hours of sunlight in the winter and almost 16 hours of darkness. Temperatures in January averages 5C high and 0C low but the winds can make it feel colder.
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Planes, trains, automobiles, trams, buses, boats

A travel blog entry by profsockabiatch on May 27, 2013

... going through the museum, all he can think to write in the book is about Frank being a Beiliber. Asshat. Then we took a boat tour of the canals in Amsterdam. More beautiful than you can imagine. I'm a ***** for great architecture and gardens. After lunch was a guided tour of Amsterdam. A visit to a cheese dairy and shoemakers workshop. (I bought Marc a souvenir...some big ol' wheel of cheese. Because the rule for him is you ...

Family first.

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 09, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... her lovely daughter Lotje and her brother Mathijs who is studying Aeronautical engineering I think? Lidy and Erik who have a new dog and therefore can't come to Oz yet. Papa's sister Max and her man Danny, who teased me about shopping and boys in Paris. Sorry that Wouter Esther Charlotte Floris and Bastiaan couldn't come all struck down with illness as it happens. Thank you to all who came it was a delightful and memorable day which I enjoyed very much! Tomorrow I am off to ...