Old City Hostel Lviv
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On the way back to town we visited a huge cemetery which apparently is really famous and one of the 'must see' things in Lviv, personally I just thought it was over grown and some of the tomb stones had pictures etched onto them, which just looked so strange!
We also paid a quick visit folk architectural museum, which was suppose to be open to 5 but closed early because they said it was too dark, firstly the sun was ...
26th Lviv. Forgot to mention _______________________________________ _______________________________________ __________________________that when walking around there were a lot of bride and grooms also walking around having photos taken all over the monuments and other things. Also early there were push bike riders all over the place and eventually they closed the main street and all of the riders took off to somewhere. Then in the afternoon there were motor bikes all over the ...
... parking in inaccessible until further notice (wonder what lives there now...), the hotel rooms were nicely renovated and looked as if they were brand new. The staff is super friendly, speaks English and Polish (apart from Ukrainian obviously) and will gladly help you with your requests. Plus - the place is very close to the center of Lviv, as close as crossing the park.
After a short rest, we went out for a quick ...
I never thought I'd be able to quote Dickens in a blog about Ukraine, but I suppose there's a first time for everything. I finally arrived in Lviv after what became the most excrutiatingly slow day of my life. Granted, I knew it was going to be like this and I only paid $11 for my travel ticket, but still...knowing and actually experiencing are two different things. I had breakfast at the hotel and then checked out, walking the 10 minutes to the bus station. I met some Americans on ...
... like. Needless to say I was very impressed by his work and left a generous donation. I stood in awe admiring the work and envisioning what this place would be like as an operation synagogue back in its original state, with my family attending and even being part of the services (If in fact my great-grandfather really was a rabbi). It was all such a truly overwhelming experience.
We headed back to Lviv and I couldn’t be more satisfied with my trip to Busk. I’m ...
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