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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... up pretty early again to make the most of my last day in Kiev. I made a bit more noise than I normally would just to try and **** off that guy. I wanted to give him a taste of his own medicine. I headed straight for a shop that sells train tickets so that I can get my ticket to Odessa. It was the same sort of shop that I tried getting tickets in Lviv but this time they actually understood me and managed to book it with ease. Once I purchased my ticket I went ...
... offering us sweets, which is apparently a common thing to do on Russian trains, with the advice that it is rude not to take something when offered! Obviously, we took one, keen not to upset her. We made up our beds, with some help from our new Russian friend and got our heads down for some much needed sleep as the train hurtled towards Moscow. I had a very strange dream about messing up the tickets for the Mongolian section of our journey, hopefully not a ...
... I could do, and technically its only 5euro anyway, but still it’s the principal of the matter. Once at the station I found the train, found my carriage and my seat. It was here that I realised I had paid for a first class ticket which was annoying as it’s really no different to 2nd class only slightly bigger seats, yet twice the price. Sigh, oh well, language barrier problems… So began the 6 hour trip back to Kiev ...
... transparent than Ukrainian organizations. To get a job in such an organization or in the government you have to have connections – family or a friend on the inside.
Kiev is a beautiful city, and so full of history. One can walk past an 11th century church, an imposing cement example of Soviet architecture, a monument to a famous Cossack, and a McDonalds, all in the same block. A special ...
... again down to the Golden Gates but this morning we turned right and passed the Opera House. The publicity people where out front with four dancers trying to take a picture. They had the photographer on the ground, sitting on a lazy susan and the dancer standing around him while he tried to take pictures and spin himself at the same time. What a disaster! I hope they finally got the pictures they wanted ...