The Red Boat Hotel & Hostel

Address: Sodermalarstrand Kajplats 10, Stockholm, Stockholm, 118 20, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Södermalm area of Stockholm, is near City Hall (Stadshuset), Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet), Folkoperan, and Van der Nootska palatset.
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    My Birthday~!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 22, 2014

    7 photos

    ... was quite cozy and romantic! We got a quiet table towards the back. I had their lobster soup with roe, which was creamy and delicious without being too heavy. Then I tried their reindeer dish, which came with mashed potatoes and chutney kind of thing. The reindeer was very tender, and the sauce was amazing! I'm not a food expert, so I'm not sure how to exactly describe it all, but it was definitely one of the best dishes I've ever had! I thought reindeer would be quite gamey ...

    Stunning Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... so he ordered two boats to be built that were bigger, stronger, and longer than any boat ever made. The king was not very smart so he said to make all of the heavy cannons to be on the main deck which made the boat very top heavy. Another reason the Vasa was destined to sink was that the king wanted it to be really fast so it had to be really narrow. That put it off balance. To make deals worse, the engineers said, hopefully if we put 1.2 tons ...


    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

    ... which was built to showcase the best-preserved ship in the world from the 1700s that sank on August 10, 1628, on her maiden voyage. The warship sank in Stockholm harbor, literally after a few hundred yards. Seems pretty embarrassing, but Sweden proudly displays it because of how beautiful and well kept it is. It wasn’t sitting that deep and the masts stuck out as it rested on the bottom. The top half of the masts were quickly taken for their wood but the rest of the ship ...

    Touring Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by pbradham on May 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... me to a arm wrestling match. After no challenge at all, I demanded he buy me a beer. In good spirit he did and we ended up conversing for the rest of the evening. Today we woke up and took a corporate visit to a Scandinavian hotel chain. We toured it while talking to the manager. After that our group split up and I went to the Vasa Museum. About 10 of us took a ferry over to ...

    Day 31 – Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Sep 02, 2013

    99 photos

    ... us up so we could check in prior to starting our day in the new city. Travel to the city because of the distance is very expensive. We were fortunate to have found an information desk with a woman with the information we needed to learn that we could travel via mass transit train using a daily pass. We purchased from her everything we would need to get to the city and get around and then called the shuttle for the hotel. The hotel was an interesting best ...