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... I went to a fun bar in the city center called Banka bar! It was a small bar but wasn't super crowded because it was so late. It's a good bar to start your night off at. They have speciality cocktails and a variety of mixed shots. We had one of their drinks called the Croaky- Gin, apple juice and cucumber. I am normally not a fan of Gin but this drink was so refreshing on the hot summer night. The cocktails cost 55uah, which is a little over two U.S. Dollars. ...
... a open air museum a such. The Ukrainian military have taken these off the Russians on the east of the country. This was really awesome to see. They had three tanks there as well as a truck and a multi missile vehicle, bazookas, ammo and UAV's. They have put them all in show to show the world that all these weapons and vehicles are made and produced in Russia. You can only get this types in Russia and that Ukrainians didn't buy these off the Russians. My favourite was ...
... pub crawl through the streets of Kiev. Vlad had himself another chicken Kiev at another Irish pub. This one was better that the food court. Ivan says in Ukraine women are women, and see through clothing is not optional. Ivan and Vlad have now been drafted (see photo with some new drinking hats). Afterwards we went to have a look at a massive flying fox across the river that must of been more than 2 kms long. There were a few last beers at an outdoor ...
... first floor told us that Ada Osipovna (a next door neighbor) will be happy to see us. An intercom device was installed and we were invited upstairs right away.
Our neighbor Ada Osipovna was 88 years old, a retired doctor and a mother of twin sons. One of them was with her at that time. I was surprised how small the apartment was. It was incredible how our family of six could live in such an apartment for so many years. ...
... borsct. First of all, I love beets. Beets are among the tastiest things on this planet. To discover borscht is beet-based is heaven (as was the blend of spices, greens, and cream that makes borscht, well, borscht.) After some hardcore lunching, I make my way over to the Dnipro River, which I'll follow to my two major detinations today. The river area is lined wth parks filled wth trees, foutains, flowers, and monuments, more gorgeosity in an already formidably-beautiful city. ...