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There are two very young guys in suits at breakfast this morning speaking English with an older lady. Since the breakfast restaurant at our hotel is very intimate, I cannot help but overhear their conversation. The lady is Canadian, living in L'viv. One of the young men is Ukrainian, and the other American. The two guys are the Election Monitors …
We drive through beautiful farmland and quaint villages to reach the final stop on our journey, the World Heritage city of Lviv. It is known as the City of Lions because they appear everywhere to embellish the fabulous architecture, influenced by the Austrian, Soviet, German, and Polish periods in its history. The city is alive with tourists (no …
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