Hostel Fenomen

st. Pivdennyy Bulvar 38, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine | Hostel
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This hostel is located on st. Pivdennyy Bulvar 38, Ivano-Frankivsk.
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Travel Blogs from Ivano-Frankivsk

Journey from Chernivtsi back to Tel Aviv!

A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 03, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... side of the road at times in order to risk getting a flat tire due to one of the potholes.

When we finally arrived at Ivano-Frankivsk a bit past midnight, the driver parked the van and walked with me to the hotel, because it was located in a pedestrian-only plaza. I quickly checked in, took a shower, and went right to sleep. At 6:10 AM I went to the lobby to ask the receptionist to call a cab. After ten minutes, ...

An Egg-celent Adventure

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 25, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... of egg. It is plain and white and sitting in the middle of a fountain. It is broken on the top. The egg commemorates an ignominious incident during Viktor Yanukovych's campaign for the presidency in 2004. Someone threw an egg at him, and the projectile found its mark. Yanukovych collapsed and had to be ...

Three days in Kolomyya (or Corrupt-o-myya)

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 13, 2013

16 photos

... fairly quiet. Only a few beers and a couple of bottles of wine whilst playing monopoly deal. The next day we hiked up into the mountains, where Ivan said to Vlad "would you like to enter my Shepard's hut?" There was fresh cheese made by the Shepard's up in the hills and Vlad was in heaven. After that we went into "Robin's" cave for a bit, then onto a late lunch at a local's house where Ivan promptly spilt his beer, raising the ire of ...


A travel blog entry by fehmersfamily on Jul 08, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... there but it was just a movie, but there was a Potemkin Russian boat which was real and there was a mutiny on that boat, the film was about this mutiny. The next day we went to Kamianets Podilsky, a very old town with a huge castle. And we walked around the old town, it was very nice. There is a church built by the Christians, but then the Muslim came and took over, they changed the church into a mosque with a 42 meter high minaret, but then the Christians took ...


A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 22, 2012

15 photos

... is devoted to
traditional (pysanky) painted Easter eggs with from parts of Ukraine, of
Romania, Czech Republic, India, Canada, and China.
The Museum of popular art Hutsul, certainly the best arranged in the country, true memory of the Hutsul people.
typical market takes place every day in the city centre, old ladies,
come from nearby villages to try to sell their products: mushrooms,
milk, plants and ...