Hotel NTON

Address: 154b Shevchenko Str., Lviv, 79039, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 154b Shevchenko Str., Lviv, is near Uzhhorod Castle, Museum of Local Lore, Gorky Library, and Carl Gascoigne Monument.
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      Travel Blogs from Lviv

      Lviv, Ukraine

      A travel blog entry by soflukes3 on Jul 07, 2013

      7 photos

      ... not expecting it to be an almost newly renovated city this time around. The city centre was clean, beautiful and very busy. It's no wonder lviv is the top city to visit in Europe. You're immersed in culture, history, and finally proud Ukrainian people. There was a significant amount of tourists buzzing around. The socks and sandles, fanny pack, sunglasses with the strings type....aka Brian Lukie. Nothing wrong with a practical and experienced tourist. We had dinner at ...

      Love it or Lviv it

      A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Jul 15, 2012

      28 photos

      ... however, was written off as not repairable. Dasha fixed it up herself when we came back to the apartment later that day using a dental floss. Very strong and sturdy!

      Nikolai was an experienced kayaker and he invited us to join his workout outside the city. In fact, the evening was too cold to swim so Oksana and us just sat by the lake having a picnic while he was pedaling to the medal. When we were done it was time to see a former top secret bunker ...

      It's hard to leave L'viv

      A travel blog entry by shultz on Aug 13, 2011

      1 comment, 50 photos

      ... for this was that windows could be used for advertising businesses run from inside the houses and they did not want someone with more windows to have an unfair economic advantage! There was however one house on the main square that broke both of the rules, it had six windows across the front and was owned by a very wealthy Ukrainian Orthodox resident who was able to pay the city to bend the rules in his favor. The town hall that is in the middle of the ...

      Glutton for Punishment

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 07, 2011

      2 comments

      ... railway station. I had to buy my onward ticket to Krakow yesterday, and decided against my better judgement to do it myself. I had asked the girl at the front desk if she could do it, but to her credit, she told me it would be very, very expensive and that doing it myself was probably the best route. She told me how to get to the station, and I set out at 9:30. Well. The bus didn't come and it didn't come. A couple went by in the other direction, but none ...

      Chess Tournament: Update

      A travel blog entry by rudyvrana on Jul 02, 2011

      Playing in such a long tournament is mentally exhausting, especially, if you have long complicated games. This is my first time in playing in such a tournament.

      Well, I started very well by winning my first four games. Then I lost against two very strong chess masters and then drew against two experts. My goal is to just place well since the competition is very hard and everygame ...