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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... train everyone got out of their seats and got near the exit doors of the train. 10 minutes later when the train stopped in Zabolattya you needed to go through immigration in Ukraine on the station platform. It was recommended you be ready to get off the train quickly because the awaiting to train to Kovel might take off without you if you are at the back of the line at immigration. So there I am ready to be the first off the train in my car and ready to hightail ...
... A policeman was parked on the road junction we should have taken but overshot to avoid catching his attention and as it happened it was the correct road into the centre anyway.
The city is quite pretty and there is lots of it. Its a proper city not overloaded with bars or tourists but Ukrainians going about their every day life.
... start producing grand children. We talked for hours, to the point where her understanding of my accent meant i could stop pretending to talk to my grandad and just mumble away. Oh man, I even was put on the spot to produce other accents, notably, Australian, Geordie, Liverpool and some others, I bet the other people on the bus hated the gingerman! During the night, she found an empty seat to have a sleep, or well try and in ...
... about it until a young boy boarded our bus. We were stopped to collect more passengers, and the driver had run off, probably for a cigarette and a toilet break. A young, fairly dark-skinned boy of about 8 jumped on board and started praying in Ukrainian. The prayer finished, he fell onto his knees. "Good dear people!" he cried. "I'm on my knees begging you...." He then essentially crawled the length of the bus, getting into everybody's face. A few moments later, the driver returned ...
... the potholes hard. Lilly and I just burst out laughing as out car rumbled about and I tried to dodge them. In Lviv it was similar, cobblestone streets bumpy as hell and full of potholes, it’s impossible to go faster than 30-40kms even though the speed limit is 60km.
This would be one of the first nights we would not sleep in our car, there are no camping’s in Ukraine close to the city like the rest of Europe. We stayed in a hostel ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed