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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... crisps and chocolate, pickles. Breakfast: Salami (Richard) cheese and bread, banana... more pickles if supplies permit. Update 1300hrs. We clank and bump on through the vast countryside at about 60mph. The sun is out and we have just gone through Narkevychi Station. About as busy as Westhumble Station at 3am on Boxing Day. Update 1615hrs: We have made several stops the last one Vinnytsia (1612). We are now heading in a north westerly direction towards Kiev to join the ...
... Octopus, and then Spiderman has to save NY from the mad scientist) asked, almost quoting the movie, “So ideally the plasma reaction would be like a small sun?” and they said, “Well...the sun isn’t going to last forever. The eventual goal is to get the plasma to burn in a self-sustaining reaction that will.” I decided my fusion knowledge from Spiderman II was woefully inadequate. Fusion reactors have the potential to ...
... Some of these churches worth spending time at are the Ensemble of the Armenian Church Cathedral, St. George Cathedral, and the Dominican Monastery and Cathedral. Monuments to Taras Shevchenko - the great Ukrainian poet and artist; Ivan Fedorov - the first Ukrainian and Russian book printers; King Danilo Galitsky - the founder of Lviv; and Leopold von acher-Masoch - Austrian write and journalist, are some of the city sculptures commemorating people and topics reflecting ...
... person we met was John, a photographer from the mean streets of LA. He had been in L'vov for ages and had already earned the title as Mayor of Old City hostel. He showed us around and knew how to get everywhere important, like Puzata Hata. He too, was a big fan of PH.
The Canadian girls, Justine and Judith. Met them randomly because they had booked another hostel but for the wrong dates but ended up hanging out with them ...
... English in school. Other than walking into town to get something to eat, I didn't do much else. though, I learned that hot chocolate here, is not our version of hot chocolate. It is an espresso size cup of melted chocolate (kind of like what is sometimes in the middle of a heated small chocolate cake). It was very tastey and I'll be sure to try it again.
I have all day tomorrow to walk around before I meet my tour group at 6 ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking