Drevny Grad Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... had a street-party. You could hardly move for
people, push-chairs, children, elderly residents who recalled a street-race
style Grand Prix back in 1930, everyone was here… over 5,000 turned out, and a
large marquee was erected on a lawn for spectators to welcome us into their
arms. Inching past vulnerable toes, it took half an hour to go one kilometre to
the hotel at the far end of the street lined with local ...
... asked her in my best Ukranian if she thought it would be ok if we spent the night here. She seemed very pleased, which I interpreted as a yes! Turns out two decked out Fiat Pandas had followed us down the dirt path and were now also interested in setting up camp: no problem! Said Pandas are of italian origin and doing a charity rally to Mongolia. Spent a lovely evening with them and now driving in convoy to Kiew. Maybe there will be official camping for all 7 of us ...
... we will be there to see them today, Lida said that they were almost out of their skin with excitement. I can just imagine as I know how excited we are. I am packing extra Kleenex as I know I will be crying for joy once I see them.
We don't know if we will have Internet access in Chervonohrad, so we're not sure when we will be able to post next. As soon as we are able to, we will post ...
... his apartment with his furniture, but it turns out he's gone to the street in Moscow when he wants to be in St Petersburg (or vice versa. It's been a while). Point being, it's all the same and it's all ugly. What effect does this have on the day-to-day mentality of a population? There was an experiment in New York where they cleaned the graffitti off all the subway trains. That act of cleaning up was enough to noticeably reduce crime. People are less likely ...
... walked in, it was obvious that we had interrupted her play session with her grandson. He was pretty upset and shy and he left the room leaving his legos behind. Her son pulled up a few chairs so we could sit and talk. She was a lively and adorable woman, and at 86 full of life despite her age. She was very animated and spoke with such passion and emotion. It also seemed like she liked to talk about the old days of Busk before the Nazis scarred the town for life. Her son brought out ...