- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... spot I could, right next to a stall selling Anti-Putin souvenirs. There were people meditating on the grass behind me and doing yoga with a group of old men gambling on a pizza box Infront of them. Stalls selling toilet paper with Putin's face on, children spending their pocket money on Ukrainian flags with the EU symbol on and wearing rosettes. Some people laughed at door mats with Putin's face on and others were openly horrified and argued with the woman working on the stall. ...
... bus ticket from the same attractive girl I’d spoken to you yesterday - in case I hadn’t mentioned it – Kiev is full of attractive women. It’s on a par with Tokyo in those stakes.
The English commentary is actually with a Scottish accent as we pass the various points of interest. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine edifice can house 47,000 officials! The Arsenal metro station is 120m deep – the deepest metro in the world and ...
Arrived early this morning into Kiev after possibly the rockiest train ride ever - did not feel at all safe sleeping on the top bunk - thought I was going to roll out of bed at any moment! After a breakfast of dumplings, took a walking tour around the city lasting 3 hours (apparently the Ukrainians also can put on walking tours!) - lead by a guide who midway through the tour asked where I was from. When I said "Australia", ...
... group, leaving us without a guide at all. So for the rest of the day we followed around another group (who had a big shiny new coach with a guide on the bus who gave them running commentary along the way, all of which we did not get) and just had to ask their guide to give us the run down on where we were and what we were looking at. It was very frustrating and out driver couldn’t help coz he couldn’t speak ...
... and there is a large supermarket – MegaMart – a few blocks away, and downtown Kiev is approximately a 30 minute walk away, so I feel well situated.
After unpacking, the largest adventure of the day was heading to the MegaMart to buy groceries. The supermarket is large, and has all the types of food I could want for my time in Ukraine. I had a lot of fun walking up and down the aisles looking at all the food. While ...