Galitska Street Apartment

7Galitska street, apart.5a, Lviv, 79012, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7Galitska street, apart.5a, Lviv, is near Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet, Armenian Virgin Mary's Dormition church, Dzyha Art Association, and Bandinelli House no.2.
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

Self-indulgence has reached the maximum point

A travel blog entry by akizukichan on Jan 07, 2014

... at all, as everything happening in Ukraine stay in Ukraine, and I will never see him again, so what was the point of being shameful? I would rather be shameful of what i did than regreting what I did not do. I turned out to be so much more slutty than I thought. And much more daring. And thick skin. And I kept desiring more, which is bad. 3. Third day: Rafinad People Club From this point onwards, I shamelessly throw myself into guys in the club without any thoughts at ...

Many Weddings and a Baptism

A travel blog entry by phileus_fogg on Aug 12, 2012

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... train everyone got out of their seats and got near the exit doors of the train. 10 minutes later when the train stopped in Zabolattya you needed to go through immigration in Ukraine on the station platform. It was recommended you be ready to get off the train quickly because the awaiting to train to Kovel might take off without you if you are at the back of the line at immigration. So there I am ready to be the first off the train in my car and ready to hightail ...

It's hard to leave L'viv

A travel blog entry by shultz on Aug 13, 2011

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After a brisk 14 hours on the night train from Budapest, we arrived in L'viv, Ukraine. It’s only 607 kilometers from Budapest to L’viv but it takes an hour to go through the border crossing and passport checks when you leave Hungary and then at the Ukrainian border, it takes three hours to go through passport checks and change the wheels on the train… Yes, change the wheels on the train! We arrived at the Ukrainian border around 1:00 in ...

"A Mixture of the East to the West'..."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 08, 2011


... Ukrainian, on the other hand, isn't spoken by anyone but Ukrainians and diaspora populations. I had a waiter today ask me if I spoke Polish and then we finally decided on French as a lingua franca. There's a school in town here that teaches intensive German, and has done so for quite a long time. Ukraine itself is an interesting place as a tourist destination. Although it sounds a bit weird at first, I've come to think of it almost as the France of ...

Morning Vodka

A travel blog entry by rudyvrana on Jun 12, 2011

I remember sitting in a cafe at about 10 in the morning when a man walked up to the counter. He immediately ordered a shot of vodka! The barrista poured the shot slowly. The man then asked for one scoop of ice cream. What an interesting combination.

Everyone loves ice cream here. Me too.

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