Intercontinental Kiev

2a Bolshaya Zhytomyrska Street, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
 

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Kiev Getaway

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki

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Sara and I take a Marshuka up to Kiev. A Marshuka is like a little mini bus or a shuttle We thought we were going to the main train station but ended up in a different location. Sara has all her bags to return home and I brought all my bags along also. (I am not sure where I will go after this.). So instead of taking the metro we opt for a taxi. We met a girl on the Marshuka and when we arrive she has her mom help us call ...

METHODS

A travel blog entry by brandyalexander

... and Prevention. Secondary outcomes were rates of insurance coverage, delayed care because of costs, and self-reported health among 169,124 persons in the Current Population Survey and 192,148 persons in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance ...

Playing Sardines

A travel blog entry by lklassen

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... move. It didn't. I also figured the windows could be opened for a bit of air circulation. They couldn't. It was a hot day, and that directly translated to a hot train. I climbed up into the top bunk which I had (for some reason) paid for, quickly finding it to be the smallest 'bed' I have ever slept in. I tried to sprawl out in order to at least somewhat cool off, but spare room was a nonexistent luxury. I don't know if I genuinely fell asleep or if the heat put me into a temporary ...

Revisiting the 20th Century

A travel blog entry by jginsburg

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... I've taken at Brandeis, but it's really something to walk around Kiev and see the memorials to those who died in events now taught about in history classes. In class my history professor was full of snide remarks that suddenly don't seem so funny anymore. From Chernobyl to Babyn Yar to the famines - I think it is difficult to capture the enormity of some of those events in books and writing - with some things you have to see it for yourself.
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House of the Chimeras

A travel blog entry by peregrinations

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... in accordance with the architect's plans and serves as a venue for official presidential and diplomatic ceremonies. Bankova Street is closed to traffic along here because the House of the Chimeras sits directly opposite the Presidential Administration building. No problem! That makes it so much easier to view the building and take pictures of it without having to dodge cars. We did not tour ...

Location

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