Goloseevskiy Hotel

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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    The “Grand March” into Kiev

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 18, 2014

    17 photos

    ... in your work!” He just smiled. From the looks of things, I think the locals can use all the help they can get.

    Impressions on the way in from the airport start with the idea that this is a very Soviet-era city, with lots of ugly block apartments. Then we reach the area with the diplomatic buildings, and upscale boutique shops, and the opera house, and all of a sudden it is like St. Petersburg – very European.

    As I ...

    Finally moved!

    A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on Jun 01, 2013

    ... teaching at this school and it's very bittersweet. I've been working so many hours so it's been tiring, but so rewarding at the same time. I'm really going to miss these kids!

    But it's really late now and I have to wake up extra early in the morning for school. Good night and I will update more ...

    Night trains are great! Speaking Ukrainian isn't

    A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 24, 2012

    ... but this led to an issue. She wanted to talk to me...in Ukrainian. *gulp* Sure enough my international sign language and communication told her that we were travelling to the airport to collect.....of course, a car! I could tell that this had thrown her. Then i remembered that i had an App on my phone that shows and speaks some phrases. I started to show her and either she ...


    A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


    ... city for the connection (Chisinau), was "not in Romania." That was OK, though: when I got to Ukraine, I could pull out cash and pay for the reservation during the 2-hour connection. Easy.

    I boarded the first train and was happy to find I only had one other guy in my compartment (it was an over-nighter.) He was Italian and could speak English (a growing rarity on these trains). He had just graduated college like me, and was on a 3-week Eastern European trek before starting a ...

    Blue and Yellow V. Yellow and Blue!

    A travel blog entry by krosell on Jun 11, 2012

    179 photos

    ... Sweden won the coin toss and began the battle. It was a sort of even game the first half and the half ended 0-0 to loud applause and cheers.

    At half time I had to go to the bathroom, so I set out to find it. This was the hardest row to climb out of that I had ever been in. I could not figure out the signs so I asked one of the helpers, "where is the nearest bathroom?" That questions was beyond her English abilities, so she was about to ask for help when a guy came and ...