Dnister Hotel

Address: 6 Mateyka St., Lviv, 79000, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Lviv

      Not so flirty in a town so dirty.

      A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... was Italian. He asked if I wanted to go for dinner with him and watch the football. I didn't know if it had romantic intentions or a lads night out. I had an Italian meal with an Italian stallion, alfresco, it had the potential to be crazy romantic. Until I ordered beer and drank it twice as fast as he did. He went to the effort to tell me that Italian ladies only drink red wine in Italy, my reply. 'I agree with the 'When in Rome philosophy, but right now I'm in Poland, and ...


      A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 29, 2014

      ... the season of Lent. The building itself was very old but the wall paintings had been redone at the beginning of the 20th century in an art nouveau style. An interesting mix. We were uncertain what was happening between Russia and Ukraine but wandering around the town in the afternoon we got the impression things had changed. There seemed to be a melancholy in the air. People were a bit more subdued. Our guide in the morning had made ...

      Lviv a great City

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 25, 2013

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      ... Not too large to be impossible and sufficient culture to keep everone happy for a couple of days. The only downside is getting here. I am not cetain there are direct flights from the UK and guess you would need to change at Kiev or Warsaw.

      The Ukranians love parades and gatherings. About 100 hard faced but smiling "Hells Angels" swarmed into the city this afternoon sporting Nazi Helmets and waving ...

      The City of Lions

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jul 12, 2012

      4 comments, 13 photos

      ... whereas in the rest of the world it is just more obvious?” It was a very interesting discussion. He also said that in this part of the world (Ukraine, Russia, etc.), people like to protest, but the governments like to be in strict control, so they’re still trying to work that out.

      Lviv is known for chocolate, among other things, and there are an abundance of chocolate stores around the center. The one recommended to me, Lviv Handmade Chocolate, ...

      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 ...