Bratislava Hotel

Address: Andriya Malyshka St, 1, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Дніпро area of Kiev, is near Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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      Travel Blogs from Kiev

      I want to Lviv not Die.

      A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... ate my breakfast (they joined the Polish and put dill on everything - resulted to blowing it off). The TV station which had no sound and was music videos. When I was younger there was a programme called Eurotrash and that's exactly what accompanied my eggs. There were half naked women in knee high boots performing sexual acts on inanimate objects. At one point, a whisk, I'd ordered scrambled eggs, tried to forget about it. Sat in my controversial spot I was most interested in ...

      You say Kiev, I say Kyiv. Perogie, Perohy.

      A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... venue turned out to be more than a mile away. Much like Moscow, you have to walk through underground walkways and tunnels to get to the other side of their wide streets-Khreshchatyk was open to cars again Monday night. The final tunnel I had to walk through was actually a massive underground mall. You could easily get lost there. My event was held at the same venue as last year, the EducationUSA offices, and I got to see the same woman who helped me set up last ...

      Kiev

      A travel blog entry by irenen42 on Aug 12, 2012

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      Took a long walk through the city and parks this morning to the Lavra monastery. It's highlights included a huge bell tower and also a set of caves where various saints and other important people were buried. Expected - you know, caves. What we got was a series of tunnels with little alcoves containing the mummified remains of the saints, crowds of people filing ...

      Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

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      ... on our way at about 10am before stopping again for a half hour to wait for those 6 to rejoin us again. From here it took 2.5 hours in a small rickety van with no seatbelts or aircon and that didn’t go over 60km/hr, to get to Chernobyl. Here we were greeted my someone elses’ guide who told us that our guide had left. Apparently the company had double booked a guide and since we were late he had left with ...

      First Days in Kiev: Part I

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jun 03, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... visiting Kiev, and is currently used for presidential ceremonies. I thought it was pretty neat how much history its walls have seen. I made it about halfway through the walking tour before it started to get late, so I headed back to Independence Square and then back to my apartment.

      I will post more blog posts soon!

      I start work on Tuesday – Sunday was a holiday, so there is no work on Monday. That will be quite exciting. ...