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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... drinking on a bumpy train! We talked about the Trans-Siberian and the Russian lady was very keen to tell us things to watch out for and how to stay safe, like a concerned grandparent. Though I think the Ukrainian man got bored of translating, once he seemed satisfied that we had thought of the types of challenges and threats that we might face on our trip. One of the pieces of advice she gave was not to take any food of anyone. With almost her next breath ...
... from the nearby machine. However the nearby machine was not working and the driver would not allow payment on the bus. Seeing our dilemma, a young local lady kindly paid for our ticket using some monthly pass that she had. Such generosity. We hopped on the bus and she gave us the low down on the city as we travelled the 20 minutes to the metro station to change to get to the centre. As I bought us two metro ticket from a kiosk, the assistant tried to ...
Monday 18th June
This morning was an early one, waking up to get my taxi at 6 to the train station. Bit of a mix up as to where the taxi was picking me up from, but I managed to find it and leave about 6.15 (had got the hostel to order one the night before but they didn't tell me the pickup point). I arrived at the train station and the taxi driver asked for 50grivna when it should only be 25, max 30. I wasn’t happy but there ...
SUNDAY: Today was a really neat day. I met up with Tanya, my contact at the STCU, and her colleague and friend, Iryna, and we all walked around Kiev. It was so interesting to talk to them about the city and working at the STCU. Something especially interesting that they told me was when I asked how it came about that they worked at the STCU. They said they both found their jobs through the internet, and that the STCU was ...
... some things one wouldn’t find in an American food store –the space dedicated to caviar perhaps, and the whole, skinned rabbits in the meat department – for the most part the foods looked familiar. After all, food is food, I suppose.
SATURDAY: I woke up on Saturday determined to walk to Independence Square and then do the Kiev walking tour outlined in my Lonely Planet guide book. I ended up being only ...