Intercontinental Kiev

2a Bolshaya Zhytomyrska Street, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2a Bolshaya Zhytomyrska Street, Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Kiev, Ukraine: Searching for Kiev

A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 11, 2013

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... Having failed in our quest to dine on kiev we sampled some locally brewed beers and ate at a tasty Turkish place whilst trying to avoid bumping into the remaining football hooligans left over from England's game against the Ukraine the night before. At some stage during the day we hiked our bags over to the apartment we had rented. A big one bedroom place which came complete with chandelier, embossed wall paper (less glamorous than it sounds) and a much needed ...


A travel blog entry by brandyalexander on Aug 31, 2012

We compared three states that substantially expanded adult Medicaid eligibility since 2000 (New York, Maine, and Arizona) with neighboring states without expansions. The sample consisted of adults between the ages of 20 and 64 ...

Playing Sardines

A travel blog entry by lklassen on Jul 03, 2012

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... station. I waited on the platform with a few hundred others with the train nowhere in sight. It eventually arrived, and after asking more or less every train car steward which car I was in - the ticket can be tricky to interpret, after all - I found it. Here's the thing about trains in this region: you have several choices with regards to your preferred level of comfort. There's first class, or the "spalny" wagon, with two-berth closed compartments. There's second class, ...

Revisiting the 20th Century

A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jun 17, 2012

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... quite good. It takes one through the Soviet Union’s role in WWII, focusing on Ukraine. Something I thought was particularly neat was seeing the pictures of Kiev during wartime and recognizing landmarks – for instance, there was a wall-sized photograph of ruined buildings with St. Sophia’s Cathedral (see past blog posts) in the background. That’s one building that survived the war. It’s hard to compare ...

Friendship Arch

A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 15, 2012

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... single picture of our farewell meal. After dinner, we decided that we need a breath of fresh air before heading up stairs to pack but no sooner did we step outside than we saw a flash of light in the distance. We weren't quite sure what it was at first but with a second flash we knew it was lightning. Within five minutes, the deluge began--heavy rain and high winds. Oh, so glad we did not go for a walk.

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