Hostel "Under the Holy Spirit"
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... at the magnificent L'vov Central Station. No sign of Viktor anywhere and we soon see our train (No 86) listed on the departure board. Platform 1. With the platforms located above the main station and no lift in sight, the trip "sherpa" is back in action. A rather basic train with hard looking seats is sitting at the platform. Hopefully not ours .....but thankfully it pulls away and shortly afterwards our train glides to a halt with at least 18 faded carriages reminiscent of ...
... atmosphere was fun and the conversation (about the Cold War) interesting. Then we went
outside, got (chocolate, it is Lviv, after all) ice-cream sundaes (her idea, not mine), and the discussion turned to nuclear physics and the type of work and research her lab does. Her lab makes magnetic sensors that are radiation-resistant for monitoring purposes. Particle accelerators, like CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, use magnets to accelerate ...
... and I'm willing to bet it is....tons of famous Russians and Ukraine are buried there but since I dont red Cyrillic I had no idea where.... This is one place that was actually enhanced by the cold grey weather.
I have made it my mission while in Ukraine to eat beets everyday and so far I have not failed. Beets are to Ukraine as rice is to Asian. They use it in everything and I love ...
... I can't imagine if, for example, Canada suddenly dissolved and I was no longer Canadian but British Columbian. First and foremost, I would still probably call myself Canadian. Cities changed names, streets changed. You no longer lived, for example, on Karl Marx street in Sverdlovsk, but some other street in Ekaterinburg. Everything was wrong and the wrong was right. Then the 90s hit. Let's say that before, you could afford theatre tickets. They were five ...
... water, it’s in very poor shape and people still live in it who I think are the equivalent to squatters. It was very sad for me to see a building of worship that was such an important part of the community and my family’s life in such a condition of disarray. Just as we were examining it, to our surprise a well-dressed bearded man approached us and asked us if we were examining the old synagogue. We said yes and he then motioned to us to follow him to the other ...