Retro Hostel Shevchenko
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really nice place, very crowded and fun. bathroom smelled terrible
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... spoken; stores like Costco, Home Depot and Best Buy have also helped daily living.
We saw a lot of Jewish symbols and objects around their house and found out that they have a heart for ministering to Jews. In fact, they have been adding on a whole wing of their house to keep Jews who will be transitioning back to living in Israel. Apparently Israel is encouraging Jews to immigrate to Israel, giving financial help and free language ...
... you want any veggies, but I don't find eating soup with a large dessert spoon (really table spoon size) to be very easy.
After a lot more wandering Bata was determined to find me a cafe that had soy milk and she did. I greatly enjoyed my second cup of coffee made with soy milk since arriving in Eastern Europe.
My first day impression of Lviv was that it was hectic and busy and a it hard to relate to. My impression the next day was to be very ...
... even express the pleasure of laying back on a comfy couch in a warm room and watching a movie in English and without a single distraction! I never thought it was something that I'd appreciate but it was amazing. We sat up until after 2am and I had that feeling of endless opportunities, of no pressures except the ones I place on myself. I know that's deep but it was really that good! Except the shower... The shower was ...
... they were helping me so much… I said I knew and thanked them again. So after some mucking about they were in, found my booking, sent it to themselves, printed it and YAY I had my ticket! Now to decide weather to go back into town for afew hours or just stay at the stadium (didn’t like the idea of going and coming back since the first time was so difficult). But there was nothing else around the stadium, and no ...
... we stood there like fools. Then he asked us why we were here. We said we were doing some missionary work at the orphanages and they smiled and let us through.
Once we got our suitcases, we were met by Daria and Victor. They took us to Victor and Leedia's apartment where we were "stuffed" with a light lunch consisting of appetizers of several different coldcuts, fish, salads, horseradish with beets, bread and horiwka ...