40-richchia Zhovtnia 93, Kiev, 03127, Ukraine | 1 star hotel
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The “Grand March” into Kiev

A travel blog entry by wareameye


... and then moving on.

We head back towards the hotel stopping for a bite to eat at a sushi restaurant. I have just enough time to shower and change, and then we’re off to the opera. The quality of sets, costumes, orchestra and singers is extraordinary. There are choruses that practically blow the roof off, and over it all you can hear the stunning voices of Aida and Radames. The “Grand March” is accomplished by a fantastic ...


A travel blog entry by matt_abroad

... to know the other interns a whole lot better by hanging out with them a lot more often. They are AWESOME. And we got a few new interns in the past few days! A Chinese girl who is studying in the UK and a guy from Azerbaijan. I still can't believe how many international people I have met in such a short amount of time! It's so amazing and crazy at the same time!!

I've also gotten ...

Night trains are great! Speaking Ukrainian isn't

A travel blog entry by hoggs

... in a Tatar restaurant. WOW it was great food for not a lot of money. I had Plov which consisted off Rice, Carrots and Meat...along with a bread that was like a Naan - AMAZING! And some Herbal tea to wash it down with came to the price tag of 50UAH

The bed for tonight is....a little basic. 50UAh has got us 3 beds in a 8x8 room. At least this time we have a few showers and toilets. ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620


... When we got on the train, the conductor collected our tickets and took them to his office for record keeping. My ticket, however, was booked through to Kiev, so I really needed it back. The Italian and I tried to explain this over and over to the guard, but he insisted on taking my ticket and using the only English he knew to explain himself: "Don't worry." I did my best not to, and focused on the money issue instead: I couldn't withdraw cash, because I didn't tell the bank I would be ...

Blue and Yellow V. Yellow and Blue!

A travel blog entry by krosell


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Most of the metro stations had been shut down for security reasons, (the line of 17 swat members at the entrance to the metro left no doubt in our mind that we could not go down there,) so we had to walk a long distance though a city that was boisterously happy about the one match they would win this tournament. Cars honked, people cheered and there was this atmosphere of pure jubilations, with a sprinkling of somber Swedes mixed in. Luckily our jerseys looked enough alike ...


This 1 star hotel, located in the Голосіївських area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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