Citadel Inn Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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... called The Voice and Bria advanced quite far on that show. As a Christian she is excited to be salt and light in a country that really doesn’t have any Christian music culture. She has secular singer friends who have made it big and she has a lot of connections now. She asked one of the largest stars to sing with her the latest song she wrote, We are Ukraine, to be released on the radio, but he told her she needed to take out the prayer that ...
... Elections on May 25. After the woman leaves, I introduce myself and wish the men a successful election. They say that there is nothing to worry about here in L’viv. The American says that there are 25 teams monitoring the election throughout the country, and that it was just the luck of the draw that he got placed in this beautiful city, and not somewhere ...
... on the menu at this bar are horseradish vodka, beer, cola and honey vodka mixed together and guns, ok I didn't have enough money to buy a gun (€500!) but the drinks I tried and horseradish vodka is a big no no!
Day 2 and after missing the free walking tour Girihen persuaded me to try out some of what he calls 'travel tactics', and I'm always up for trying new things especially if they include travelling! Girihen has 2 main tactics, the ...
... loud and proud with their many chants and their flags and face paint. The game was again a close one, with Germany winning 2-1 YAY. After the game I headed off pretty fast on the 20min walk to the buses and managed to get a bus straight away into the city which was good, and then it was 15min walk to my hostel. Finally back at the hostel after a huge day of basically doing nothing, I sorted out some more stuff for my trip and headed to ...
... and was met by a Ukrainian student of my professor who had just moved to Canada to study but was back in Lviv with family. He showed us around and then plopped us back on the train. We only met one other time, in 2007, but he has been absolutely lovely. We met for hot chocolate a few nights ago, and he gave me his uncle's phone number in case I needed anything when he was out of town, and passed my name on to some Ukrainian students who are moving to ...