Kiev Hotel

26/1 Gushevskogo Street, Kiev, 01021, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Day 8 - Kiev

A travel blog entry by costin


... 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 ...

On a boat motherfucker!

A travel blog entry by matt_l


... and two pints of local Ukraine beer. 200uah, so about 20 euros, **** it, who cares I'm in a hotel I may as well. From the outside, the place looks like just an old beaten up cruise ****. But inside, really swanky, and Kiev looks beautiful on the river at night. There's a coded safe in the cupboard, comfy beds, and FREE SLIPPERS!!!! ******* genius, they're mine now. I'm exhausted, I'm going to sleep so I can wake up and have a free breakfast buffet.


A travel blog entry by frawldog


... of churches. These cathedrals were very impressive. There were several of them that were very large with gold plated tops on the churches. Of course, a lot of them also had the bell towers. This was one of the first complexes of cathedrals that had gold plated tops all over. They are situated on a hill, so that you have a view of the river and the other part of Kiev on the other side of the river. It is a bit hard to get ...

Bulgakov, Chernobyl, and Babyn Yar

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... to head to the suburbs of Kiev, in search of the memorials to the Babyn Yar massacre. In 1941, the Nazis rounded up Kiev’s Jewish population (around 34,000 in total), marched them to the Babyn Yar ravine, and massacred them all within 48 hours. Throughout the Second World War thousands more lost their lives there when it was turned into a concentration camp. Now the area is a park. It was a surreal experience, walking through the park ...

House of the Chimeras

A travel blog entry by peregrinations


... Kreshchatyk Street. Even if you are getting a back view, it is a great place from which to photograph the the statue of Berehynia, which now towers over the plaza on the spot where the monument to Lenin once stood.

From here, you take the stairway down a few levels to enter the mall--and I do say mall because it looks like a typical upscale American shopping mall, wide open, lots of ...

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This hotel, located in the Печерськ area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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