Old City Hostel Lviv
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Update: The trials of yesterday seem a long way off and we are re-charged for a full days walk around historic L'viv. Located on the western side of Ukraine, the City is now looking towards the EEC and has shed it's Russian feel of 10 years ago when we were last here. Still slightly tumble down, they have made huge efforts to restore many Baroque and Neo-Classical buildings.
The Vodka swigging ...
... authorities are going to have to figure out the right price balance if they hope to make the express trains worth it.
I arrived late at night, so it wasn’t until Sunday that I could see the city. I met up with one of the scientists the STCU works with who lives in Lviv, and we walked around the historical center. He was very knowledgeable about the city’s history, and it was neat to talk to him, not only about the city, but about politics and ...
... and other citizens crossing so that they allowed us to skip the line.
If Austrian road workers were to place signs on Ukrainian roads they'd put a 30km/h limit, "Warning" and "Tits" (bad road) signs on the entrance to the country and cancellation signs on the Ukraine's exit :)
For these two weeks I used to drive in European way: calmly and relaxed. So the Chaos of our roads met me with open arms :)
... 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 ...
When we first planned to go to the Ukraine people from there warned us that the roads were in really poor condition and they thought we were nuts when we told them we were driving there. After the border we noticed that the highway conditions got worse, but not terrible. They were similar to Montreal's roads after a rough winter, before the crews patch up all the potholes. As we got closer to the city we hit a patch of road that was particularly bad and ...