Hotel Star (Zirka)

sq. Mira 10-12, Mukachevo, 89600, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located on sq. Mira 10-12, Mukachevo.
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    Travel Blogs from Mukachevo

    Viktor loses it badly.........

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 24, 2013

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    Status: We wake early in our 1950's Soviet bedroom. Our hosts could not be more hospitable. They are from Russia and have lived here since 1970. It is effectively a semi-self-sufficient small holding but has all the creature comforts as well as pigs and chickens. (Sounds like home!). We are treated to another hearty breakfast of omelette with pork crackling and some sort of goulash style egg fry up and gherkins. They seemed surprised I did not want any Vodka! ...

    Going local....

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 23, 2013

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    Status Update: After 10 hrs sleep we are fortified and spirits are high. At our home stay we have met Rex the dog who lives in the "Rex House" and been proudly shown the recent garden ornament purchase ( 3 fake storks from Wilkovitch). After a hearty breakfast of omelettes, pancakes and strawberries we bid our farwell to our hosts. Weather check: Better and no rain forecast until tonight. Sightseeing update: Today, highlights included a minor castle and ...

    A tribute to those who took us to Shalanki

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 18, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    On the way out of Shalanki we hit rush hour: a mixed herd of cows and goats heading into town. They must have been working in the suburbs, and were on their way back home.

    Once free of the traffic jam the blue van picked up speed and slalomed toward Berehove. We invited the whole crew to have dinner with us, or at least pastries and coffee. Because it was getting late they opted for the latter.


    Shalanki, at last!

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 18, 2011

    3 comments, 23 photos

    When you look at Shalanki on Google Earth (Google spells it "Shalanky") all you see is a few dirt roads. They are lined by closely-spaced houses with long, narrow back yards that were obviously used to grow vegetables. There is no evidence of a village center or shops or even cars. So we figured that if we ever made it to Shalanki we'd simply walk around. If we happened to see anyone on the street we’d gently approach them and shake hands, much as a ...

    The rocky road to Shalanki

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 18, 2011

    4 comments, 16 photos

    This was the Big Day. I repeated to myself the traveler's mantra about the need for flexibility. But with a history of so many roadblocks (both real and metaphorical) we agreed that if we didn’t get to Shalanki today we’d give up and return to Germany. So the stakes were high.

    At breakfast Yelena was all smiles now that the police were gone and there was no brain tumor. "Today at 11:00 for sure you go," she said with ...