Chernivtsi International Hostel Lodge 53

Address: Chervonoarmiyska, Chernivtsi, 58000, Ukraine | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Chervonoarmiyska, Chernivtsi, is near City Stadium, Artyom monument, Taras Shevchenko monument, and Donetsk Planetarium.
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      A travel blog entry by deeppants7366 on Dec 18, 14

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      A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... also made note of the holes on the doorposts, which meant that there were mezuzot there in the past.

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      A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 01, 2014

      92 photos

      ... koho (formerly Dreifaltigkeitsgasse in German and Sfânta Treimi in Romanian), where my grandmother Margarita Lohner Budik (known as Oma) lived as a child with her mother (known as Omama) after she was adopted along with her aunt (known as Tante). This was while the men of the family were all recruited to fight in the Russian Army against the Nazis. ...

      A Ukranian Introduction

      A travel blog entry by christina88 on Mar 18, 2013

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      ... their experiences before, during and after World War II. I would say overall Chernivtsi was one of my least favorite cities we visited on our trip. The city was rather dirty and had less of an appeal than the rest of the places we visited. The people here were also not too friendly, at least not too open. ...

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      ... and where backpackers always enter and find it extremely difficult to leave again. So this being my first city from the two countries and it not going exactly according to plan I have decided to ditch couch surfing for the remainder of the trip, I have a couch in every place I'm have left to visit already arranged but I only have 2 weeks left of travelling and I want to make the most of it, I can afford to have another couple of days like this...
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