Bazikalo Hostel Lviv
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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... apartment we were staying in. He is technically my mothers cousin. He is just a doll. So much energy and always smiling. The boys thoroughly enjoyed spending time with him. He took us to the lvivska chocolate shop and I has able to try some chocolates yummmmm. Next we had dinner at пузат 72; хата and he was off. I am just happy I was able to squeeze in some time to see him and reconnect. Genya was able to do most ...
... of our luggage with our host in Przemysl, at the Polish side of the border and went with a small bus to the border, to then cross it by feet. Borders are interesting and somewhat doggy areas and this border separates Schengen and Europe from the East. It reminded me of a school trip where I visited East Berlin still in DDR times. In fact we have created a new iron curtain. Obviously we need to protect ...
I had been told by numerous people who had been to L'vov that it was their favourite Ukrainian city. Toni and I finally made it after our giant mission then settled in for what ended up being 5 days or something. We faced some transport issues regarding actually getting out of the city and there were some crazy times trying to get everything sorted but it worked out in the end and we made some lovely friends on the way.
... to be constructed with a concrete foundation, it was built on top of a river that had been covered over, and it was also one of the first buildings designed to allow adequate fire escape capacity for the number of people it was expected to hold.
One of the most interesting things we did in L’viv was buying train tickets. We have bought train tickets numerous times in the last few months and usually the process is the same: Use the Internet ...
... every hour and the woman was taking more time? Makes me wonder if she ever worked at all. She sauntered back a few minutes before the scheduled break and opened up shop. Much typing of information later, she told me the price and started to handwrite the ticket. Not only did she need to handwrite it, but she needed to make multiple copies on carbon paper and then validate it on an antique machine. I've never seen such an antiquated system, but I eventually ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking