Address: Naberezhno-Khreschatikskaya 10A, Moorage 2, Kiev, 04070, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Голосіївських area of Kiev.
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Last day in Minsk

A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 15, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... were pasted on. The train was so hot when I got on. I changed into less clothing. As the night wore on it became a little cooler. The lights never went all the way off. One of the Ukrainians at my hostel jokes that the trains in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus are too hot and the light is too bright to sleep but too dark to read. I completely agree. I had the top bunk so I had to crawl up without killing myself. I did it Gentle ...

Day out to Chernobyl

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 26, 2013

59 photos

... this before I left so they had plenty of time to sort it out...any way that got sorted so on the bus I went. It's a two hour drive to the zone so that is spent watching a Discovery Channel documentary about the initial explosion in 1986 and the fight to get the fires under control before even more damage was done. It also covered the delays in evacuating the local towns and the resulting deaths and birth defects from that.
The Exclusion Zone has two control points, one at ...


A travel blog entry by kburavlov on May 07, 2013

16 photos

... goes non stop and has so much to say. The man of the group is Igor. He is Igor's son. He is a little man, shy, but sweet. Tonight we went to dinner at a restaurant/hotel near the airport. It had a really fun park where the kids could play.

Deadly Escalator!

A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Aug 09, 2012


... 00 a.m. and ate some breakfast that we had packed before Victor and Lida picked us up at our apartment in Chervonohrad to take us to the train station.

When we arrived in Kiev, we got off the train and tried to wade our way with 6 suitcases through the sea of people to find Volodya (our driver). It didn't take long before we saw his smiling face. He lead us to the escalator in record time - I was right behind him, Andreanna next, then our Volodja and Jason last. We were pleased to ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


... to the wrong country, the story in the end was blessedly uneventful. Kiev, here I come.

"Kiev Day 1"

After getting in last night at two in the morning, I decide to let myself sleep in a bit. The only guests in the hostel checked out early, so I take my time in the shower, wiping away the grime of my 36-hour train adventure through Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. By noon, I'm out the door, map in hand, marked with Lonely Planet's Top 10 ...