Gintama Hotel

Tr'okhsviatytels'ka 9, Kiev, Ukraine | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Шевченка area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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    Travel Blogs from Kiev

    The “Grand March” into Kiev

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... style haircuts. As we’re landing I express my surprise at seeing other Americans going to Ukraine. I asked my neighbor why he was going there, and he said he was going for work. I said "How interesting! What kind of work do you do?" He got an awkward look on his face, and said in a low voice “I can’t tell you.” “Ah, I got it!” I replied. End of conversation. Except that I said goodbye with “I wish you ...

    Finally moved!

    A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on Jun 01, 2013

    I'm finally all moved to the hostel with the other interns! It's about the same quality, sanity-wise, as the apartment, but I think I'll like it a little better here. We'll just have to wait and find out!

    The water smells like rust though, which is kind of nasty :(

    Oh well! Anyways, my last ...

    Night trains are great! Speaking Ukrainian isn't

    A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 24, 2012

    ... landed on him to pay. Knowing transport is cheap we handed 2UAH each. The bus driver was implying that we had to pay for our bags - after 10mins into the bus ride, an old gentleman helped by taking our money and sorting it out. Top man!
    Challenge 2
    My rucksake is actually a little on the over packed this little old woman implied i can sit next to here. ...


    A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


    ... and history. The connections didn't seem to be horrible, though. Generally, I would take a train to the border, wait an hour or two and board another one to Kiev. Searching online, I eventually found one that was cheap and, if I left Brasov a day early, would give me two full days and nights in Kiev: quick, but acceptable. I left for Bucharest the next morning, where I was able to buy my ticket to Kiev. They were only able to give me a reservation for the first leg, however, because ...

    Blue and Yellow V. Yellow and Blue!

    A travel blog entry by krosell on Jun 11, 2012

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    ... were in the stadium.

    The teams took the field to loud applause. Each soccer player walked hand in hand with a child before the national anthems of both countries were played. It was nice to see that in Ukraine they tried to have many little girls mixed in with the children as opposed to Poland that had few girls allowed on the field, a fact that really annoyed me.

    The end of the national anthem saw lots of confetti and streamers thrown as the teams lined up ...