Old City Hostel Lviv
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a small stone courtyard with no lights, then entering a hallway inside the building with motion sensor light switch which doesn't turn on until you are halfway down the passage, the only sign to say it's a hostel is the splitting image of the Hostel sign from the film Hostel, with creepy letters written vertically on a window. If I was ever to direct a horror film I would base it here!
But after getting into the hostel and having a pretty smiling ...
... each of our choices wasn’t available… in fact most of the menu wasn’t available. So I opted for chicken breast with a side of vegetables (that came out covered in sour cream… oh well). By now it was time to go back to the stadium which was thankfully a lot easier now since it was near the game time there were loads of shuttle buses (although they were a 15min walk out of town still). So we all got the bus ...
... city not completely destroyed by WWII, so it retains much of its 16th-early 20th century character. Unfortunately, due to neglect during the Soviet era, many of the buildings need renovation, even 20 years after independence (celebrated this August 24).
What many don't realize as this city has had many names and many rules dating back to the 13th century. Eventually it came under Polish rule (Lwo'w). It was part of the ...
... this trip. None of them have been large or over the top, but all of them have been chilling in their own way. Some others in our group have been a bit mystified by our journeys to such morbid places on the outskirts of cities. Perhaps in combination with our aversion to pork, it lead them to believe we were Jewish. They asked us why we wanted to go there. I had an equally hard time understanding why they wouldnt. I can't explain it other than within the context of ...
... much older, but no less beautiful. The weather was pretty Grey on Friday (4-15), but the colors were still wonderful. I wish our big cities in the US were this beautiful. We found the train ticket station, and then our troubles really began. We stood in line for almost an hour, just to be told by the lady (in half English, half Ukrainian) that we needed to go to the main bus station to get our tickets. So we decided to try and walk to the train ...