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

Arrived in Germany

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Aug 09, 2014

... but then they also have stand alone houses like NZ too and it's about equal for both types which is unusual I thought. We drove along the autobahn and mike sped up for me, we did 200kms down it!! Whoohoo! We were going so fast haha then when he slowed down to about 130kms it felt like we were going so slow! All her family were asleep obviously as by this point when we arrived at lenas house, it was 3.30am so we just quietly made our way in and went to ...

Car Train

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Aug 06, 2014

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A quick trip up to Hamburg to catch the overnight train to Villach. It was exciting for all to see the car being put on the train and the excitement continued as we went to find the cabin. However, that's where the excitement ended! At the first stop we were joined by a German biker in the cabin, which changed the dynamic somewhat. And suddenly from lording it in our own cabin we had to face ...

None stop

A travel blog entry by sebastian.james on Aug 06, 2014

... the rooms of the exhibits where set up. I had the great opportunity to view each of these unique car displays. I would recommend this Museum to all car lovers or artists. You cant really purchase any proper food there so I bought food along the way from the tour to the Museum.The ZeitHaus museum in Wolfsburg‘s Autostadt is the most frequently visited car museum in the world. It is renowned for its diversity ...

Time to Hop-on Hop-off

A travel blog entry by sebastian.james on Aug 05, 2014

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... cruise, you can also see the St Michael church.I saw a old church that seats 2,500 at the front of the church there is a statue of an angle conquering the devil. The tour was well worth the money it cost us only $57.19 and it kept me busy for the full day there are restaurant and food stalls where you can purchase food throughout the day. The hop-on hop-off bus tour allows you ...

It's... ALIVE

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 04, 2014

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... St Michael's church tower, and opted to take the stairs instead of the lift. On the way up we came across a small child, standing on one of the landings, crying. We tried to figure out what was wrong, but while I didn't understand the German being spoken I'm pretty sure he had refused to climb any more stairs and the parents warned him that they'd walk off. I think he'd tried to call their bluff, and they'd then had to follow through on their threat. ...