Drevny Grad Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lviv
... to go .......hic. BED 2000hrs Zocked.... Night on the train: I knew the route and we were heading due South West towards Dnipropetrovsk (0200hrs) where the train turns due South for the Crimea arriving some 8 hours later. This is a massive country almost the size of Western Europe alone. The night was spent bumping around our cabin! I thought we had derailed on several occasions. Bang crash bang crash. We toss and turn for hours whilst the full moon shines through the ...
... it is hard to truly grasp the horror and extent of the Second World War (and war in general) without going to Europe and seeing the countless memorials to those who died in some of the darkest years of history and how the cost of war is more far reaching than the human death toll. Some of the differences between Kiev and Lviv really hits home the non-human impact of war. Kiev is one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe, dating back to the 9th century, and played ...
... Doms. This subterranean drinking venue use to be a giant beer storage vault and has very Hoffbrau house feel. The place is normally bumping with bands, beer fraus and a festive atmosphere but not this particular night!!!!!! WHY!!!!! The beer was good and I ordered dried horse meat to chew while downing my masS of beer.
Off to Kiev to celebrate Thanksgiving with Eva
... to go a little over 300 kilometres. We also took all the small roads - I hesitate to even call them B roads - which, although not in terrible shape, were not the Autobahn. I can honestly say that the road leading to a nuclear wasteland is larger and more modern than most of the ones we were on. We set out from Kamenets across the Smotrych river and down cobble-stoned streets, and it was then that I realized that this was going to be a very, very long trip. The bus was like ...
The city of Lviv is in Western Ukraine. It is one of the most beautiful cities that I have ever visited! There are so many old historical buildings here. The locals are so warm and friendly. For the most part, everyone speaks Ukrainian here. In fact, most prefer it over Russian; however, everyone can speak Ukrainian and Russian.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services