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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... of the public wants, then they would have to start the country all over again, is this country just too broken to fix?
I love Lviv, the city is very nice, and most of the people you meet are also really really nice, yes Ukraine is still a bit on the dangerous side and some of the people are stuck in the past, but it wasn't so long ago that English people would of treated foreigners in the same way, maybe they just need a little more time, but only time will tell...
... 11am. We registered into our Hotel which is in the centre of the city and was built around 1750 we are convinced that nothing has changed since including the beds. We walked around the place till about 4pm when we went to a supermarket and bought tea which consisted of 3 x 600mls beer 2 x 450mls of cider 3 wog sausages, cheese, 2 bread rolls, 1 pkt chips 150g and a pkt of pretzels all for the total amount of ...
... 10-15 pound of books there, just couldn't stop :)
Now we are having dinner in the House of Legends - a marvelous theme restaurant on OldJewish street.
Also, we will try to visit the performance of Taras Chubay this evening under the Opera House (and that means somewhere underground, near Plotva river).
We crossed the border quick and easily thanks to charming smiles of Yasya which she sent to ...
... I think was a relative. They were apparently going to Ternopil together. The old man was quite a character, and got into an argument about democracy and the privatization of land with some people ahead of me. The young man was grabbing his arm and telling him to calm down, but he seemed to enjoy yelling. It was all fairly good-natured, and didn't bother me. In fact, it was a good chance to see how much Ukrainian I could understand. The interesting thing about taking this bus is ...
... showing an American lady the quirky spots around the region. If you're concerned about racism or anti-semitism then this is probably not the place to head for dinner, although emphasised by Ilena that it's for fun and is a joke, some people could take offence at being questioned at the door and then admitted or not admitted depending on whether you declared yourself Russian....it's required you chant Slavia Ukrainia or something ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet