Citadel Inn Hotel & Resort

Address: 11, Grabovskiy Str., Lviv, 79000, Ukraine | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 11, Grabovskiy Str., Lviv, is near Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet, Armenian Virgin Mary's Dormition church, Dzyha Art Association, and Bandinelli House no.2.
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      Lviv, Ukraine

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 92 photos

      ... made of welded bike gears, and they were even selling bike parts on the side of the bar.

      Remember when I told you about the Austro-Hungarians elegance? Viennese coffee culture is famous world over and Lviv has inherited that. If my memory doesn't fail me, the Viennese were fighting off the Ottomans Turks in the 1400s just east of Vienna. They won and halted the advance of Islam in Europe from the East and South. The retreating Ottomans left ...

      The Golden Horseshoe

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 27, 2014

      24 photos

      ... his life's work. He passed away a couple of years ago, and it remains to be seen how well his successors maintain his legacy.

      After returning to Lviv, I walk to the Opera House and briefly entertain the idea of purchasing a ticket to La Traviata. The curtain is literally going up, and I am ...

      Love Lviv

      A travel blog entry by kwoky86 on Nov 15, 2012

      9 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Getting Closer

      A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Jun 02, 2012

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... about 88% ethnic Ukrainian, and Ukrainian is the dominant language.

      What remarkably survived the war (and subsequent Soviet present) relatively unscathed is the old historical center of the town with its Baroque, Classic and Renaissance buildings, cobbled streets, squares and churches. I despise the word, but I found myself thinking of it as "charming," as I wandered and strolled around. If I ...

      Solo Americana

      A travel blog entry by raichies on Aug 07, 2011

      1 photo

      ... more than 100,000 Jews here. There are only about 2000 Jews today. My journey took me in the heat along a main road that was dug-up to 5-15 feet below street level. It looked like the repair progress on this road is going at the speed of the 405 expansion project in the Sepulveda Pass in LA. After climbing a hill, in the heat, I found it. It was closed with a very tall wall and sealed gate around it. If I stood back far enough, I could get a ...