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... the free walking tours in each city I've been to, but this was just as good. I could go at my own pace and take a break whenever I wanted. The self walking tour took me a couple of hours to complete. There were some pointless things in there like Lviv's oldest pharmacy and the black building. None the less it was nice to see the city. I found it really peaceful just walking around admiring the cities range of architecture. I loved the cobble streets and many of the roads ...
... repeat performance of last weeks "pong fest".
"Richard" The salami (see photo) is looking a little nervous as he knows his time willl shortly be up. In combination with a couple of packs of caviar flavoured crisps, bread and Vodka mean that we will not fade away en route.
News from other pieces of kit: Kettle in full use. Arthur doing well and Cathy's sandal is still alive. Surgery ...
Sunday 17th June
Today can really only be classed as a fail… in saying that, it ended up with a great night. So basically this morning started with a bit of a sleep in before some breaky and a lot of organising my flights and such (still had not booked a flight back to turkey for the next day!). So by the time that was all worked out it was about 12pm and I was ready to head out for the day. Before ...
... 11am. We registered into our Hotel which is in the centre of the city and was built around 1750 we are convinced that nothing has changed since including the beds. We walked around the place till about 4pm when we went to a supermarket and bought tea which consisted of 3 x 600mls beer 2 x 450mls of cider 3 wog sausages, cheese, 2 bread rolls, 1 pkt chips 150g and a pkt of pretzels all for the total amount of ...
... next January to adopt one or two of them.
Well we are signing off for now. Please keep reading, as once we get home we will be updating and adding some details we’ve missed as well as pictures. Its been such a whirlwind of experiences, adventures and emotions. Jason says, “doozhe fino (very nice)!” I just say, “wow!” as no words can ever completely explain the last week and a half. Dopobachinia (good-bye) for ...