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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... a road regarded as too bumpy and too rough to enable us to make rapid
progress today, we instead were all given a last-minute re-route, and the
coloured map-book came in most handy – everyone seems to have navigated today
without a hitch, and the Dutch who have been urging us to put in more navigation
must have felt at home. The day began with a circuit-test outside Kiev. Again a network of fast flowing corners with very ...
... asked her in my best Ukranian if she thought it would be ok if we spent the night here. She seemed very pleased, which I interpreted as a yes! Turns out two decked out Fiat Pandas had followed us down the dirt path and were now also interested in setting up camp: no problem! Said Pandas are of italian origin and doing a charity rally to Mongolia. Spent a lovely evening with them and now driving in convoy to Kiew. Maybe there will be official camping for all 7 of us ...
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.
... did not need to do any repairs but just after that meeting was over and the councilors had walked out of the city hall, the tower collapsed. I guess maybe they should have invited an engineer to the meeting instead of just a bunch of politicians… The third and current tower is an exact reconstruction (minus the crack) of the tower that had collapsed. There are 306 stairs to get to the top observation deck and on the way up to the top, you pass by ...
... and was met by a Ukrainian student of my professor who had just moved to Canada to study but was back in Lviv with family. He showed us around and then plopped us back on the train. We only met one other time, in 2007, but he has been absolutely lovely. We met for hot chocolate a few nights ago, and he gave me his uncle's phone number in case I needed anything when he was out of town, and passed my name on to some Ukrainian students who are moving to ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking