Best Eastern Andrews Hotel

Address: Vozdvizhenskaya St., 60, Kiev, 01025, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Шевченка area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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Familiar Ground & More!

A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Oct 23, 2015

... was on Tuesday, October 20 at 10:00am; everything went well - they were impressed that we wanted to adopt Roman and reunite the family. We had free time for the rest of that day, so Andre (our translator) agreed to guide us on a tour at Pechersk Lavra - Kiev's oldest Ukrainian Orthodox Church and living Monastery along side the Dnieper River. We toured the grounds which were beautiful - roses of all colours everywhere. We had hoped to see ...

Anti-Mexican Reunion

A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Sep 06, 2015

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... the Mother Motherland statue, where despite the rain we took some group photos before heading back for another evening of stupid games which ended up with an explicit and hilarious game of charades.

The following day began with Lisa making her way back to the airport, before we checked out of the apartment, dropped bits off at the Hotel Ukraina overlooking the Maidan, and took a look at the final few sites ...

The Palace of Corruption – Honka Style

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 20, 2014

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... of the buildings.

Besides the grounds, the two main attractions here are the incredible spa, connected via a tunnel to the primary residence. It is hard to dignify the residence with the title “Palace.” It is more like a Dacha, built in expensive wood by a Finnish company called Honka. It sounds more appropriate to call it the “Honka House.” Less lofty than ...

First Day of School!

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on May 27, 2013

... At the very start of my presentation to each group, all the kids automatically had a million questions about my country and what it's like. Questions like "Why is McDonald's so popular there?" and "Why are the people there so fat?" to "How old is Barack Obama?" and "What do the stars and stripes mean?" They are so so so curious about the United States and I can't believe how smart they already are!

Of course, some of their English ...

I see dead people

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 23, 2012

... but when it arrived it wasn't very warm and pinkish in places. To make it worse our bill was aprx 60 quid! OUCH as it wasn't work it.

It wasn't long before we were in the Chernobyl museum. I really enjoyed this experience as i didn't visit the disaster sight myself. There were many pictures and relics from that day in 1986. The oddest one had to be an 8 legged dog (chiwauwau). Defo worth a visit.

Then it was on to the ...