Soviet Home Hostel

3 Drykarska Str., Lviv, 79008, Ukraine | Hostel
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Mes premiers jours en Ukraine.

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 07, 2012

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... nor the police
in terms of night tapages...most of the bars are hidden through a simple door apartment, or the right choice being accompanied by Aboriginal people. , only to know these bars.Often, it is allowed by a vigil disguised as a soldier of the time.inviting you to drink a liquor...then we deambule in tunnels before access in the halls of the vaulted bar...
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EURO 2012 in Lviv

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 17, 2012

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... I don’t speak Ukrainian’ card which worked for a while and just confused the lady but then someone next to her said ‘ticket’… they were guys going to work at the stadium so I just told them I didn’t have one. Thankfully they talked a whole bunch of Ukrainan and the lady hopped off and they told me it was ok. What I understood from the conversation was that they told her I was going to ...

Ukraine's most lovely city!!

A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 10, 2011

3 comments, 24 photos

... was dark and there were few lit parts. It didn't feel dangerous at all, just a soft glow to help you find your way. Some of the historical buildings were lit up. I watched one outdoor cafe where the patrons danced on a stage, I watched one waiter enjoy his ten minute break and throughout the city, couples young and old were being romantic to each other. Sitting on benches here, walking hand in hand there. A sweet, ...

Love in Lviv...

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 28, 2011


... because of the colours and textures it exudes. Being an old city, it presents itself in one of those classic haphazard ways, where streets twist and turn and merge into new ones or simply end abruptly in hidden courtyards or shady laneways. Like Havana, it's buildings are a myriad of textures of plaster, paint, brick and stone, overlapping like the histories that have built them. The faded grandeur of the past is what makes this city both charming and mysterious. When cities ...

Lviv, L'viv, Lvov, Lwow, Lwów, Lwiw, ЛbBiB?

A travel blog entry by valaryr on Apr 15, 2011

3 comments, 38 photos

... our passports, then the Polish border control stamped passports, then the Ukrainian immigrations officers confiscated our passports for a while and returned with them after about 20 minutes (stressful). The whole process took about 2 hours, which is obviously a pretty solid portion of our 6 hour train ride/night of sleep. Needless to say, we slept for about 3 hours in total. The worst part is that we had to take the same train back from Lviv to Krakow, ...

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