Halychyna Hotel

Address: 1 Chumatska Street, Ternopil, 46001, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Chumatska Street, Ternopil, is near Madara Rider, Devil's Throat Cave, Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo, and Koprivshtitsa.
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        Travel Blogs from Ternopil

        Visiting Family and Pilgrimage to Zarvanitsya!

        A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Jul 16, 2012

        1 comment, 7 photos

        What an incredible weekend! Friday, we had another usual day at camp. It had also rained so it was even less stimulating than usual and the children seemed restless and anxious to spend some time with their friends who had just returned from Crimea the night before. While the twins played with their friends, Jason & I talked about possibly taking a bus trip to Ternopil to visit Andre (my mom's cousin), Miroslava and Miroslav. We had spent some time with them when ...

        More Roots

        A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Jan 29, 2011

        3 comments, 5 photos

        The entrance sign to Ternopil should read: "WARNING: Overindulgence of "wheat juice" likely to occur - proceed with caution!" To make a long story short, we ate, we drank, we danced - amazingly no headaches, but our stomachs kept doing the polka all day Thursday.

        Andre showed us the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Ternopil - doozhe fina. He then travelled with us to Obarency to see the ...

        We're not in Kansas any more Toto!

        A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Sep 23, 2010

        7 photos

        If I wanted to get off the beaten track in Ukraine I couldn't have picked a better place than Ternopil. No... it's not CHERNOBYL... Ternopil is in Western Ukraine, on the banks of a lake formed by the Seret River. It has a population of around 230,000. Once upon a time, before WWII, the town had a large Jewish population - sometimes even a majority.

        Today The town is pretty, with a couple of old ...


        A travel blog entry by celestecoleman on Apr 27, 2006

        3 photos

        Let me describe to you Ukrainian Easter. The cooking began last Thursday and lasted well into Saturday. We made special bread called 'paska' that has raisins and lemon rind in it and is covered with merengue. We boiled scads of eggs and colored them. On some we put those little plastic wrapper things so they looked like they were painted in the traditional style. Meanwhile, the men were outside preparing the meat. First the neighbor slaughtered his pigs. ...

        Spring break unexpectedly extended...

        A travel blog entry by celestecoleman on Apr 08, 2006

        1 comment

        So, last Sunday I was getting geared up to go back to school the next day, and I noticed that my throat was a little scratchy. I was sure it was nothing to worry about, but Monday morning I woke up with a full blown case of strep throat. Lovely. Luckily it was not that bad of a case, so I was out for only 3 days, but still.... by Thursday, I was starting to get immensely bored. I finally got myself out of the house again on Thursday afternoon, ...