Citadel Inn Hotel & Resort
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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 ...
... can officially say we are as lost as possible...challenge complete!
We found a really nice restaurant to get some lunch and we had piroggie (actually that's the polish word for it but I can't remember what the Ukrainian word was, and that's probably spelt incorrectly), however halfway though lunch a used spoon came flying across the restaurant! There were two Ukrainian guys who wanted to start a fight because they thought we were Americans, what ...
... any way romantic, I might even call it "romantic."
As noted, there are lots of cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs, many virtually unmarked and hidden in interior courtyards or cool and funky basement warrens. You follow the noise or people. Unfortunately, not a lot of English is spoken. There has been a lot of immigration of educated people from here who wanted to live in the West, and Ukraine ...
... for its coffee houses. Literally there is a place every 3-4 buildings. Starbucks has no market here.
So, a little bit about Lviv (I am a history teacher). Lviv is in the western Ukraine. It is very close to the Polish border and its sister city is Krakow. This is actually the Ukraine's least Soviet city, and one can see the centuries of neoclassical architecture in rococo, baroque, Renaissance and Gothic styles. Surprising, this is ...