Kiev Hotel

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

The Palace of Corruption – Honka Style

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 20, 2014

33 photos

... months ago), his security service workers also abandoned their posts in fear of the angry mobs. So it was that the public came face-to-face for the first time with the extravagant waste of their taxpayer money on the playthings of a man whose sense of taste and discretion had fled long before he did (if it had ever existed in the first place).

At first, throngs of people roamed freely over the ...

First Day of School!

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on May 27, 2013

My first day of teaching at school was today! My thoughts before I got there were, "OMG I'M SO NERVOUS WHAT DO I DO I'M SCARED AHHHHHHH!!"

But as soon as I arrived at the school and started presenting to my first group of kids, I became much more excited about teaching and a lot less nervous!

This first day was called Friendship Day. It was mainly about getting to know the kids and them getting to know myself and the ...

I see dead people

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 23, 2012

... but when it arrived it wasn't very warm and pinkish in places. To make it worse our bill was aprx 60 quid! OUCH as it wasn't work it.

It wasn't long before we were in the Chernobyl museum. I really enjoyed this experience as i didn't visit the disaster sight myself. There were many pictures and relics from that day in 1986. The oddest one had to be an 8 legged dog (chiwauwau). Defo worth a visit.

Then it was on to the ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


... for the wrong country, a mistake that could have seen me sent back to Bucharest for lacking a visa, begging for cash to pay for my reservation, or losing my ticket to the strange conductor and being forced to stay in Moldova until I could get enough money wired to buy a whole ticket. In the end, though, the resolution was surprisingly simple: my ticket was returned when I gave back my set of sheets (a practice widespread in Russia and Mongolia), and the Italian and I struck a deal where ...

Camp Sweden!

A travel blog entry by krosell on Jun 10, 2012

2 comments, 70 photos

... by the nuclear meltdown at the power plant. We got to see pictures of the workers and hear how they reacted and how they were affected. We got to see how those living in the area were affected when they had to leave everything behind at a moment’s notice. What was interesting to see was that, although Chernobyl is the famous city, that an area of Ukraine half the size of Luxemburg is now uninhabitable. This area included more than thirty towns, which now sort of stand ...