Drevny Grad Hotel
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... on the menu at this bar are horseradish vodka, beer, cola and honey vodka mixed together and guns, ok I didn't have enough money to buy a gun (€500!) but the drinks I tried and horseradish vodka is a big no no!
Day 2 and after missing the free walking tour Girihen persuaded me to try out some of what he calls 'travel tactics', and I'm always up for trying new things especially if they include travelling! Girihen has 2 main tactics, the ...
Getting closer to the beginning of Euro 2012, and L'viv is another of the host cities. Thus, there was a lot of construction of fences, stages, screens and cafe space all over the city. It seemed well enough cafed, pubbed, barred and restauranted to me, but I suspect they know what they are doing.
Lviv was founded in 1247 and was part of Poland until World War II. It was also more than 50% Polish ...
... stopping for some shopping on our way. The place we wanted to visit was the chocolate factory in the center. I wanted a chocolate lion a lot, but then I got sad, knowing I would have to eat it anyway. At the end, we content ourselves with a pack of chocolate pralines, one for us and a few for friends and family. They are all eaten now... (in case you were curious if we still have any).
What we particularly liked as well was the fact the Euro 2012 was so ...
... know the system. I rarely get homesick, but when I do, it's usually because I don't know how to act properly in a given situation. Once I know what I'm doing, I'm usually ok. These people were promised work, housing and a pension, which at the end of the day, is what you need to survive. Life might have been ******, but you knew what you were dealing with. Suddenly, it was all uncertain. The country you were born in no longer existed - imagine your ...
... water, it’s in very poor shape and people still live in it who I think are the equivalent to squatters. It was very sad for me to see a building of worship that was such an important part of the community and my family’s life in such a condition of disarray. Just as we were examining it, to our surprise a well-dressed bearded man approached us and asked us if we were examining the old synagogue. We said yes and he then motioned to us to follow him to the other ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking