Hotel Mir

Address: Lenin Avenue, 27a , Kharkiv, 61072, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lenin Avenue, 27a , Kharkiv, is near Pharmacy Museum, Stryisky Park, and Lviv History Museum.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mir Kharkiv

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Kharkiv

        Some random stuff I witnessed

        A travel blog entry by akizukichan on Dec 23, 2013

        I suddenly recall the memory of Andre the weird boy at the college we have always been going to. He was being continuously bullied by the other guys, and sadly, Staras my fav hot dude was some kind of leader of the bad boy crew. It came to me as a real shock, that the people whom I really enjoyed their company were actually bulliers and/or considered bullying a norm. The poor little Andre was 15, 2-3 years younger than the rest. His name was made fun ...

        Balling in Kharkov...beat that Kanye!

        A travel blog entry by mbertele1 on Mar 01, 2012

        1 comment, 110 photos

        ... Also I don't usually get to sleep in the day after my birthday, that was a nice change. I liked being in Ukraine for my birthday, it actually falls on a holiday here! The 23rd of February here is men's day aka defender's day. It is a day dedicated to all the men who serve in the army, since all guys are required to serve at least 2 years. It is a pretty big holiday here. The university was decorated with signs and balloons. A lot ...

        A battle of wits & beer...but mostly beer.

        A travel blog entry by mbertele1 on Feb 22, 2012

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... out how that translates to rissoles. But anyways its a meat patty (I used chicken) cooked in batter of onions, bread, milk, and eggs. They were delicious with some sour cream. I also tried to make spetzels according to my mom's recipe that she so kindly gave me via skype. Spetzels are a kind of doughy noodle made from flour, eggs, and milk. This is one of those recipes that there is no exact recipe for, you simply just eyeball the ingredients ...

        From Kharkov with love

        A travel blog entry by mbertele1 on Feb 08, 2012


        ... tall. Buttt all the guys are ugly, smelly, and short. I think my standards have dropped significantly since I've arrived. I'll probably return to America and hug the first guy I see that doesn't smell and has all of his limbs. I truly feel bad for Ukrainian girls. They either have to lower their standards or outsource for guys. I miss America! :)

        5) Russian/ Ukrainian landlords are incredibly strict. The day before our landlord ...

        A night at the ballet

        A travel blog entry by mbertele1 on Jan 28, 2012

        18 photos

        ... downed them, and left. We left the bartender like a 100% tip and he was so thankful. He told us that he loved us haha. In any case, we headed back up to La Cucaracha where some seats had opened up in the non-smoking section. However, it really wasn't non-smoking because there were people smoking hookahs. Jess and I really wanted to stay out but didn't want to deal with calling a taxi and maybe getting ripped off because we were obviously foreign. We were relying ...