Walibi World Holland

Spijkweg 30, Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, 8256, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $129.00
 

Travel Blogs from Biddinghuizen

Rise and Shine!

A travel blog entry by rsilver7

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... as lovely as it was, was not very forgiving. Thought you should know.

Anyhoo, I made myself some coffee and toast in a flat toaster (the bread goes side by side in a single slot). I sat outside for a bit and smiled at some of the cyclists. I went in after my breakfast and vitamins, then poked around trying to find a converter for the plugs. The outlets are 220 so many American items won't work since they are wired for 110. Luckily, we have a ...

Fishing Village of Marken

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... a few weeks so there were orange and Dutch flags decorating many of the streets. Ever since visiting the museum in Arnhem, we’ve been wondering why orange is the national football team’s colours and not the red/white/blue of the flag. We finally learned that the royal family is called the House of Orange, hence explaining the use of orange as a national symbol. The village of Maarken looked very patriotic indeed, in addition to being picturesque. It ...

Bussum, Sat Dec 15 - Day 15

A travel blog entry by memedfamily

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... and it is absolutely awesome. You don't have to be 13, you just have to be a bloke to appreciate a castle. Here is the wikipedia link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muiden check it out.

Nik and I got to examine all the means of defence and potential ways to attack the castle (not many ways to do that without heavy casualties. It has a drawbridge and a moat, for real! Which bloke would not be excited by a place like this?

We got to wield swords, ...

Did someone say Six Flags....

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown

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Today we take Jacqueline's class to Walibi World which is the largest rollercoaster theme park in Holland. It used to be a Six Flags... pictures and story to follow... so the day began at 8:00 on our drive to Weesp which is about 10 - 15 minute drive... We arrived and went to her class to take attendance. Monique, her student teacher was there and 25 of the 26 students were there and ready to go... so we loaded on bus #1 to go to Biddinghuizen where the Walibi Park is located. We ...

Ridin' along on my push bike honey...

A travel blog entry by carlydavid

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... to see everyones faces (even when super white and a bit distorted!) It made me really miss cuddles with my nephews though  :(  Trying to call you too, Peter and Judith but no phones makes it hard! We've been trying to use apps on my phone and on Kane's galaxy tab that let us call for free, but they don't work! :( Hopefully will get sim cards soon!!  Ok, that's probably enough too tell you until next time :)   Dank je wel and Ik houd van jou   (Thankyou and we love you!)  C&K ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on Spijkweg 30, Biddinghuizen, is near Walibi World.
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