Goloseevskiy Hotel

Address: Blvd of 40 - letiya October, 93, Kiev, 03127, Ukraine | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Голосіївських area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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      Down to the Last Minute

      A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... promising we might become, or how our "file" looked good and just happened to be out in view.

      No, not at all! Our files, our lives, were far from reach. I'm pretty sure if I could imagine my file (my life) - it would be at the bottom of the pile, probably in the back room - nowhere to be seen!
      Yet God has pulled us out from obscurity, named us, adopted us and called us his own!
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      You come on her breast

      A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 30, 2013

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      ... s only read this article because of its title….eh, BB). The climb upto the platform entailed climbing up a 30m cat ladder inside the arm which would be like an oven in today’s heat and once later on the ground looking up I’m grateful it was closed as I think that would have been too much like hard work in this heat.

      Walk through the parks to the Kiev Lavra church complex and see, I am told, the world’s tallest bell tower at over ...

      Kiev- the Ancient City

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Jul 31, 2012

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      ... sky and the yellow accents (including the vibrant gold domes) represent crops and the sun. They are also the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Outside are three sculptures. The one in the middle is Princess Olga, the ruler of old Kiev. She was rhe first to bring Christianity to the outer territories. There's also a statue of Cyril and Methodius (remember them from Moscow?) and St. Andrew. Kievites like to give their statues nicknames. This one is called "The ...

      Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

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      ... there were thousands of children born here every year. There were so many families that they had a 'stroller parade’ every night where all the mums and dads would walk their kids in their strollers in the evening. The town was thriving and had apartments, houses, hotels, shops, beautiful parks and squares and even an amusement park. Two days after the explosion in 1989, the entire town of 50,000 was evacuated in 3 ...

      Our last night on board ;-(

      A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 13, 2012

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      ... and its bad, its clean and its dirty, it run down and its newly restored--just like many cities around the world. It is very clear to me that this is not what the city was like when my grandmother lived here. So much was destroyed in World War II and has now been replace either by the Soviets or since Independence. It is a larger city now and now occupies both sides of the river.