Best Eastern Hotel Cheremosh

Address: 13A Komarov St., Chernivtsi, 274017, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13A Komarov St., Chernivtsi.
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        Easy ride

        A travel blog entry by roundthecorner on Apr 10, 2015

        Another easy day with the bike all packed up and on the road buy 10 o'clock. The sun was out roads were getting better, until I got to Chernivtsi. then the town roads just turn in to cobbles and not good cobbles, they had not been maintained so apart from the odd cobble sticking up but most of the time they had sunk causing large pot ...

        The Important Stuff in Chernivtsi!

        A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 02, 2014

        1 comment, 129 photos

        My second day in Chernivtsi revolved around actual family heritage. At 8:30 AM, I met Alex, who was born in Chernivtsi but grew up in Israel and later moved back with his family to Ukraine. He is currently a student at Chernivtsi National University. Alex works with Israelis and other foreigners who come to Ukraine to search for their roots.

        The first place we went to was ...

        First Day in Chernivtsi

        A travel blog entry by brian.budik on Jun 01, 2014

        92 photos

        The trip to Chernivtsi from the Border took around 40 minutes. Upon entering the city (new part), I was greeted with many ugly Soviet-era apartment buildings. The largest building in sight was the notorious Cheremosh Hotel (where my grandparents stayed in 1999) , and was known to be the best hotel in the city during Soviet times. Now, it is considered to ...

        The School of Travel

        A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 24, 2014

        24 photos

        Saint Augustine said: "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page." Today it feels like we have crammed a full year of medieval history into a few hours! However, since it is now the end of a long day, don't expect me to fill this entry with a lot of facts and figures.

        Our tour of Kamenets-Podolsky continues this morning, visiting the city castle where we marvel at ...

        Changing Spaces

        A travel blog entry by ralund on Mar 19, 2013

        2 photos

        ... and Chernivtsi became the region of Bukovina's capital. In 1918, after the Austro-Hungarian Empire dissolved, Bukovina and Chernivtsi became part of the Kingdom of Romania. In 1940, the city was allotted to the Ukrainian SSR by the Soviet Union and since 1991 has been a part of independent Ukraine. This city is a great example of what we studied on our trip. Chernivtsi has ...