Hyatt Regency Kiev

Address: 5 A Tarasova Street, Kiev, 01001, Ukraine | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Шевченка area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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      We have arrived in Ukraine. The adventure begins!

      A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 04, 2014


      ... as we head into the final phase of adding to our family in a similar way in which God adds us to His family.

      God has blessed us in so many ways that we have been overwhelmed at times.

      • Lisa and I were in total agreement on adding to our family when we first discussed it.
      • He has provided all the finances to allow this to happen.
      • He provided a dear Ukrainian ...

      You come on her breast

      A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 30, 2013

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... it taking 10mins coming) so leave at 1700hrs for a 1757hrs train. Arrive station 1710hrs. Find platform easily enough this time and board carriage. It’s the original 1960s Soviet version of the carriage I’ve previously travelled on. As usual, I’m in a two berth but have sole occupancy and enjoy AC, with a lockable door in the corridor wall. 2nd class has 4 berths and an openable window but with a lockable door in the corridor wall. ...

      Kiev- the Ancient City

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Jul 31, 2012

      40 photos

      ... s private cathedral and he was considered the terrestrial god, he didn't have to call people to prayer, he just decided when to have services and the people would come. The Emperor was quite an opportunist. St. Andrew's was on a cobblestone road that merchants used to bring their wares to the wealthy. He passed an edict declaring anything that fell from the wagons as his property. He must have collected lots of treasures from that bumpy road. We walk ...

      Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

      54 photos

      ... you see pictures of before the abandonment that it hits hard how much it has changed – where there was a big square full of flower boxes and a large street busy with cars, busses and people, there is now a small area of concrete surrounded by tall trees and overgrown with shrubbery. Where before you could see rows of buildings from the streets, now it is as if you are in the bush. And the eeriest of all is the ...

      Liz and Peter in Kiev

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jun 02, 2012

      7 photos

      ... old and the museum of national treasures has beautiful things dating back to the 8th century bc.
      On from there to the museum telling the story of what happened in the Ukraine in the 1941 to 1945 war. Then a walk by the river back to a metro station, a ride across the river the wrong way for a quick look at Hydropark, the riverside resort area jammed with restaurants, fairground, beaches etc. ...