Retro Hostel Shevchenko
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... followed them. Slowly but surely we started hearing the "duff duff" of heavy bass in the distance, a sure sign of a dance club nearby. From there we followed our ears. We ended up at a place called "the Fashion Club", and boy, was it fashionable. We paid the equivalent of one Ukrainian peasant family's income for a year just to get in, and realised why. We had entered the land of the giants, and we're not talking about the guys. Ivan was ...
... Lviv left at 1:19 and the next one would be at 8:55. Everything had gone so smoothly up until this point. I guess the train schedules had changed in the last year. I bought a ticket for 8:55 and headed out of the station to look for a nearby hotel where I could get some sleep for a few hours. After about 10 minutes walking down the street I found a place to crash and after about 5 hours of sleep was on my way back to the station to complete the second half of ...
... light out, we were able to see some beautiful little villages and farm land as we passed by.
The city of L’viv is one of the locations in Ukraine and Poland that will be hosting games next year for the Euro 2012 football tournament, so in order to get ready for the influx of players and fans, there is a lot of construction going on in the city. Due to this construction, the tram line that runs past the train station was not running and the ...
It was nap time for the 3 - 8 year olds, but got to see them just as they were getting up. They sleep about 9 to a room - beds are in neat little rows all clean and well kept. The 3-4 year old children were sitting up and were eager to share their names and the foods they like to eat with us. Just as we were leaving one of them called out, "have safe travel home" in Ukrainian.
We also saw the ...
... line. I have no idea how he got it on or off the road, he must have had to turn at some point i was just glad I wasn't anywhere near when he did!
Hill of crosses
On my route down through Lithuania i happened to be passing one of the premier tourist attractions, the hill of crosses. I am not at all religious, and generally not a fan of really touristy attractions but was told it was worth seeing so decided i would stop anyway. The weather was miserable, there was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRetro Hostel Shevchenko Lviv
really nice place, very crowded and fun. bathroom smelled terrible
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