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... 8211; not a fast circuit, but a big emphasis on
braking, and handling, requiring the right lines to hook them all together.
Three outstanding efforts today show that there is now a spring in our steps as
we all race for the European Trophy – the cups for best Vintageant and best
Classic in the section from Kiev to Paris. Fastest round the track was the experienced Holden crew of car 100, the pick-up
with a ...
... necessary since the diesel filter is looking more and more clogged and the "switching" action between the front and rear tanks are becoming ever more frequent. So I figure the old rear tank needs a cleaning and cheap Ukrainian labor is the way to go. The very helpful tourist information lady even had a contact for us, so we setup within one hour with a mechanic within walking distance and with Land Rover experience....crazy world. Right now I ...
... to explore the historic city center which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
In the heart of Lviv lies the S. Krushelnystka Opera House which offers regular performances of various operas and ballets ranging in prices from 50UAH to 80UAH. Unfortunately, no shows were playing that day. I decided to walk around the Old City Center before my guided walking tour at noon.
Lviv's historic churches, buildings and relics date from the 13th ...
... any day, and it was only built in the 1970s. Sure it's been abandoned since 1986, but it's endured the same weather that non-abandoned buildings have. How do you get replace these buildings? It's not like they're protected architectural monuments; one day somebody's going to look around and say, "hell, these are ugly. New, nicer flats are being built, maybe we should replace these." What on earth do you do with them?
That's just the buildings. What ...
... brewery that used to operate in Busk. Keep in mind that this was all in Ukrainian and being translated by our guide Tanya. Anna then started to talk about her school days and how she remembered many Jews in her classroom. From what I understood the schools were mixed and the population was about 50/50. I asked her if she remembered any names. For Hecht she didn’t really remember anything. She was born in the late 1920s and my grandfather was born in 1911, so they ...