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Today was a big day, because we never actually came to terms with crossing the Ukrainian border. We were told dozens of little things that we should be vary of - bribes that every policeman would demand from us, fees at the border crossing (including the... ecological tax). It turned out that the Sighetu Marmatiei border had been opened only …
At the beginning of the day, after a delicious breakfast at Hotel Dnister, we came up with an ambitious plan - we wanted to follow at least 2 routes described in our guide, to see as much as interesting sights as possible. Though Lviv is so close to Krakow, that was our first time here and we were not sure when we would have another occasion to …
If I can give a word of advice, avoid booking an early morning flight out of Paris. My 7:35am flight to the Ukraine meant I'd need to leave my hotel around 5:30. I considered taking an airport bust at 5:45 from the Opera Garne, but decided not to, because knowing me, there would be some delay. When I researched and found there was a super shuttle …
My attempts at taking a Motrin PM with the hope that I might sleep through the night was a great failure. Instead, I woke up pretty much every hour. The good news is I was forced to do some exercising in the morning out of sheer boredom of being awake.
The hotel I'm staying in, the Dnister, is named for a major river in the Ukraine and …
... Guerilla war against the Nazis, Poles and Soviet Union". Firstly, you knock on a big wooden door which has a peep hole. The peep hole is opened by a UPA soldier who says "Slava Ukraini" (Glory to Ukraine). You must then respond "Heroyam slava" (Glory to its heroes). The door opens and the soldier pours you a shot of Medovukha (honey vodka) out of a canteen. You then descend the stairs into a military bunker where you can hold a machine gun from the 40's, shoot an air gun at a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDnister Hotel Lviv
4 star hotel in Lviv? Why not... and quite a cheap one. Perhaps it is not impressive from the outside and the underground parking is a dream of a past, but the interior is nicely renovated and the rooms simple and cozy, yet comfortable and chick. Book and enjoy, while the staff speaks perfect English and Polish :-)
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