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... metro station in Europe! (Some 150 metres underground) Continuing the pattern of having a late lunch we ate some food at a cafe specialising in Crimean food. More aimless wandering - just enjoying place - ensued. I bought a souvenir from a local craftsman. Before we left Kyiv we bought some food for the train. This time the taxi driver knew where he was going. Two things I noticed were that the driver was happily waiting for us at the hotel ...
... 8221; with something to aim
for on the series of test-sections coming up, the first is a motor racing
circuit about an hour out from here. Between here and Paris there are circuit tests and mountain climbs, with
Slovakia, Austria, and Switzerland organising closed-road sections. It means the
final results could change quite dramatically from here on, with crews eager to
move up the leader board, and at the same time, hang on to their Gold and Silver
... shops, a cinema and a football stadium now overrun with flora. We also got to visit the much photographed fairground which had been built specifically for the 1st of May celebrations. The people never got to use it and it stands eerily still and decaying. After lunch we were supposed to be headed for the original town of Chernobyl but as it had started to snow we weren't able to go there. I don't think anybody was too worried though... We were all well and truly ...
Saturday, July 28
Today was St. Volodymyr's name sake day. When we turned on the TV this morning, we saw that there was a special service for St. Volodymyr at Pecherska Lavra (Monastery of the Caves). So after lunch we started out for the Lavra. By the time we arrived, the festivities had ended but we still enjoyed exploring the grounds. We found 2 new churches that we had never seen before that were ...
... while I did not. When we arrived in Kiev, we decided to team up. Killing a bit of time at a train station cafe with wifi, I managed to book the last of the cheap beds in a hostel five minutes from the train station - a mere €20 a night, while most other hostels were going for two or three times as much, due to the influx of tourists for the Euro final. We found the hostel and I dumped my bag, and I instantly began to appreciate the hostel owner. His name was Mike, ...