Coffee Home Hostel

Address: 1, Javorskogo sq., Lviv, 79008, Ukraine | Hostel
 
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      We have tried to leave this City by train before..

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 26, 2013

      6 photos

      ... rolling countryside. Food intake: We attack the chile olive selection with gusto! Menu for journey: I am not sure if there is a restaurant car....having ventured to the end of our carriage, the next wagon seems to be designed for some sort of livestock. Therefore there are three meals to think about: Lunch, dinner and breakfast. Having regard to our supplies the menu choices are: Lunch: Salami (Richard), cheese and bread, pickles Dinner: Salami (Richard) cheese and ...

      Talking Nuclear Physics over Ice-Cream

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jul 13, 2012

      15 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Ukraine's Loveliest City

      A travel blog entry by hildreth75 on Nov 21, 2011

      27 photos

      ... were telling him to leave me alone because I clearly did not understand. I stamped my ticket and the man moved along.

      On our way back, I decided that I would by another 2 way fare just in case we had another misunderstanding. Bo on the other hand decided to use the other half of his round trip ticket. Not 5 minutes later we were getting inspected from yet another plain clothed ticket ...

      My Address Isn't a House or a Street...

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 07, 2011

      2 comments

      ... had each country developed along their pre-revolutionary trajectory. But really, this is why I try to be laid-back here. I haven't lived with this, and I only deal with it for a few months each year. How can we expect somewhere that's had so many things rock their society to be polite by our standards? We will never understand the degree of uncertainty and cynicism some people feel. Life has been tough, and sometimes you need to push other people out of the way with a ...

      Lviv, L'viv, Lvov, Lwow, Lwów, Lwiw, ЛbBiB?

      A travel blog entry by valaryr on Apr 15, 2011

      3 comments, 38 photos

      ... the train station, so we went downstairs, pulled out a TON of Ukrainian hyrvnias, and headed back upstairs to pay. I took a picture of the Ukrainian money because there was SO much of it-- the exchange rate is 8 hryvnia to 1 US dollar. Needless to say, we are exhausted just from buying the ticket.

      So after dropping a bunch of money on train tickets, we wanted a bargain dinner. We went to a little place next to Lviv university and feasted ...