Soviet Home Hostel

Address: 3 Drykarska Str., Lviv, 79008, Ukraine | Hostel
 
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      We have tried to leave this City by train before..

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 26, 2013

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      ... South Westerly direction towards Ternopil (1146) and then to Vinnycja Junction (1618) where we head north again (in the wrong direction) towards Kiev and the well known town of Fastiv (1900hrs) where again the train joins another south westerly line towards the major City of Dnipropetrovsk (arrive 0228). Here we head due South for the Crimea and expected arrival time of 0950. The weather is good with broken sunshine as we trundle at a sedate pace through an expanse of lush ...

      Talking Nuclear Physics over Ice-Cream

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jul 13, 2012

      15 photos

      ... by-product). Theoretically, energy from a fusion reactor would come from ignited plasma, which would give off an incredible amount of energy. Magnets (like the ones her lab is working on) hold the plasma in place and would provide measurements. The sun is a fusion reaction. I (with most of my knowledge about fusion reactions from the movie Spiderman II, where the scientist tries to create a fusion reactor, it goes horribly wrong, he turns ...

      Ukraine's Loveliest City

      A travel blog entry by hildreth75 on Nov 21, 2011

      27 photos

      ... awhile of frowns and Ukrainian lectures..I figured out that I was suppose to have stamped the ticket on the antiquated machines located on the walls. While I was getting chewed out Bo figured it out and stamped his ticket. My guy clearly wanted me to pay a fine but could not convey his point. It was Mexican standoff until the locals came to my defense. I could not understand a word but I'm pretty ...

      My Address Isn't a House or a Street...

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 07, 2011

      2 comments

      ... Communism. Even during the USSR, Lviv was a hotbed of Ukrainian nationalism. Still, it must be hard to have your reality shattered.
      So, where are we going? Where will we be in another 20 years? The population will travel even more, the old will die. Newer buildings will be erected. Perhaps the youth are the best chance at change, as travel, education and internet access will redefine them. It's hard to say, and it's interesting to conjecture on what might ...

      Busk

      A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on May 27, 2011

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... he has been trying to buy it but for some reason the government will not let him. He seemed very frustrated about this. He fully acknowledges that this building used to be a synagogue and his intentions to keep it as a place of worship is why he is doing this work. The mouldings on the upper portion of the building are original, and he then recasted similar mouldings for the lower portions of the building to match the upper ones and to resemble what the building once ...