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Travel Blogs from Lviv
... Jenny Mah in the Model A went round in 8:24, pink wheels
glinting in the sun and going so slowly Jenny had time to take photographs as
she went… and posted a time that was a full minute quicker than the slowest time
of the day, underlining what a big variety we have in terms of not just
performance, but approach to the event. In the Classics, the big Citroen DS23 posted 6:08, Gerry Crown posted 5:22, and
On Tuesday, I visited the laboratory of the scientist I met with the day before (with whom I had discussed nuclear physics over ice-cream). It was pretty neat to visit the lab and talk to the other scientists. I got to see nanocrystals (used to make the sensors), the sensors themselves (which are really small and can only really be seen under a microscope), and technology ...
... 8217;k but we need to go to the international ticket window to buy the ones to Romania. Across the room we go to the International window and are told that we will have to go back to L’viv from Luts’k to get a train to Romania but that we have to go to the international ticket window at the main train station to buy the tickets to Romania. We then take one of the little Marshrutka’s to the main train station and stand in the line for ...
... a non-threatening looking policeman this evening. Lviv's motto seems to be "open to the world", and I would have to say that this window to the West has been thrown wide open. For too long, all Eastern European countries have been viewed as black holes where people don't go, and I think that in Lviv's case, that's quite unfair and no longer justified. Sure, it's in Ukraine which isn't the easiest place to travel in all the time, but Lviv is not wholly ...
... where this problem is coming from.
Beverage prices in U.S. dollars:
Bottled Water: 50 cents (carbonated options the same price)
Beer: 60 cents - $1.15
Juice: 80 cents (many juice options like cherry, pineapple, apple, mixed fruits, etc.)
Vodka: $3-4 for a nice bottle
Coffee: 60 cents to $2.50
Also, you don't have to worry about tax. You see the price and that is what you pay! .