Schwedenkrone

Richeyweg 15, Stade, Lower Saxony, 21682, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Richeyweg 15, Stade.
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Travel Blogs from Stade

Fish Buns and Horse Sausages

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Sep 01, 2014

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... parents and getting ready to go on a cruise. It was really good to sit down with her for a chat.

Rainer and Carole joined us at the train station as they were also heading off to Berlin by train. We booked an ICE train for a quick ride back to Mannheim, but were given an IC train instead. Before we had even left we had a 10 minute delay and no seating reservation. As we arrived in Göttingen, only halfway into the journey, the train started ...

Jumping Under Water

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 30, 2014

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... with a car.

The Landungsbrücken (Landing Bridges) is a floating dock connected with a series of bridges. It is quite big and has plenty of cafes, boat tour operators and general riffraff. So after walking along for a while we stopped for breakfast and a foamy cappuccino. Not great, but enough to quell the hunger pains.

At the Landungsbrücken is the entrance to the Alter Elbtunnel, a car and pedestrian tunnel that goes under the ...

Cruise Ship Dreams

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 29, 2014

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... we caught the S-Bahn to the hotel and checked in. We got a room upgrade to the 12th Floor because it was Steffie's birthday!

For dinner, Rainer picked out the Warsteiner Elbspeicher on the Altona waterfront. We jumped back on the S-Bahn to Altona a few stops away and walked down through the gardens to the Altonaer Balkon, which gave us our first view over the harbour. Walking down and along the waterfront to the restaurant certainly got us hungry and ...

Miniatur Wunderland Adventure

A travel blog entry by coreyharbrow on Aug 27, 2014

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I went to Miniatur Wunderland for the day, it was amazing!

Even a grown-up adult will get involved into this unique miniature world. Its a marvelous piece of engineering, art, and German perfection. It has a unique attraction which would entice one to go again and again. The Trains and cities and the movements are so perfect - it makes as if ...

Germany day 10

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Aug 19, 2014

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... pack as our flight was at 6pm. By this stage it was 1pm and we had to catch the train to hamburg and then catch another train to the airport, which would take about 2 hours. So we quickly got ready and packed and headed to the train station. We caught our train to hamburg and then caught another train to the airport, managed to check in successfully and then we waited about an hour before we boarded. Once we ...