Bratislava Hotel

Andriya Malyshka St, 1, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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Kiev, Ukraine: Searching for Kiev

A travel blog entry by samber


... Having failed in our quest to dine on kiev we sampled some locally brewed beers and ate at a tasty Turkish place whilst trying to avoid bumping into the remaining football hooligans left over from England's game against the Ukraine the night before. At some stage during the day we hiked our bags over to the apartment we had rented. A big one bedroom place which came complete with chandelier, embossed wall paper (less glamorous than it sounds) and a much needed ...

Childhood Dreams in Ukraine

A travel blog entry by sashadasha


... nearby balcony:

“Sasha, is it you?”

That turned out to be a mother of my playmate Julia. I learned that Julia have been living in New Jersey for many years. Her mother tried her limited English to speak to Dasha. As we were talking an old lady walked by. She remembered me as well and she reluctantly agreed to take a picture with me. I will need to update this entry once I recall who she was. Valentina ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620


... made from human fat, gloves made from human skin, and a body-grinder that turned on to fertilizer were enough to turn one's stomach. And indeed, mine was queasy, necessitating a trip to the bathroom and a rest on a bench to try and settle down. I continue through the exhibits, reading about heroic victorie and liberations, but my stomch churns worse and worse. Even the last stop, a bright room at the base of the angel made of white marble and glass covered in thousands of gold names ...

Revisiting the 20th Century

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... there were four phases in all) targeted specialists (white-collar professionals) and kulaks (wealthy peasants who were labeled as class enemies and seen as a threat to collectivization). In 1929 Stalin announced the "liquidation of kulaks as a class" and declared war on the kulaks in an effort to replace the kulak farms with massive collective farms and to get grain from the peasants. It was a period of arrests, executions ...

One last sight to see

A travel blog entry by peregrinations


... description in the Lonely Planet guide book that talked about the Art Nouveau influences on the interior decor. St. Volodymyr's is a relatively new church finished in 1882 and is built in what is called Neo Byzantine style. Today it is the mother church of the newly formed Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kiev Patriarchy. The church is beautiful. The exterior is yellow with blue domes (with touches of gold). The interior is ...

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This hotel, located in the Дніпро area of Kiev, is near Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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