Delice Hotel

Samchuka 8, Lviv, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

Love it or Lviv it

A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Jul 15, 2012

28 photos

... time ever when a host did not actually live with us. Nikolai had a studio apartment five minutes from the city centre by tram. Since we arrived so early in the morning he left a key for us in a locker at the train station with detailed instructions how to get to his place. That apartment was used for daily rentals or hosting friends in the off season. Once we reached his place we discovered the best of both worlds: privacy of a hotel and presence of friends in a ...

It's hard to leave L'viv

A travel blog entry by shultz on Aug 13, 2011

1 comment, 50 photos

... were: A large underground complex of caves and tunnels that has a Ukrainian Resistance Army theme. There is an armed guard at the door and each group of people wanting to go in are taken through the door into a small room and asked for the password, if you give the correct password which is "slava Ukraine" (glory to Ukraine) you are given a shot of honey vodka and then a large book shelf is opened up and you walk through the opening behind, down the stairway ...

A Day of Traveling

A travel blog entry by raichies on Aug 06, 2011

2 comments, 3 photos

... and where the exits were she sat down and never put on her seat belt.

When arriving at the airport in Lviv, there was only one other plane in the entire airport. From the time to get off the plane, load onto a bus, drive to the terminal, get our bags, and meet my driver, it was a total of 5 minutes.

As I tried to chat it up with my hotel driver, Mischa, we didn't get very far as he told me he didn't study very ...


A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on May 27, 2011

2 comments, 27 photos

... which are not many. There are only 3 last names among all the stones left in the cemetery which one, oddly enough, belonged to my family. It was not until I spoke to her on the phone and we further discussed the names on the stones that we realised that the one with the last name Hecht, also had a first name, “Mordecai”. This is my great-grandfather’s grave.

We met Tanya in the morning and begun our approximate 45 minute drive from Lviv to the small ...

Cant sleep

A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Jan 30, 2011


... villages still use a horse and cart or bicycles as transportation. There are a lot of very modern cars as well.

The women really dress up here. A lot of them are dressed up as if they are going to a wedding and it looks like they dress like that everyday here.

Well I better get back to the aparment and see if Angi is awake as we are going to the orphanage soon.