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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thing was disgusting. Shortly after looking around here I walked to St Sophia's cathedral which I didn't go in, mainly because I wasn't that fussed about seeing it. I'm sure it is nice to see but I wasn't in the right mood to look around the cathedral. I headed towards independence square instead Independence square was just a short walk away. I loved this place. It looked really nice. This is the main area of the city since the Soviet Union moved the city there. ...
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This afternoon we went to a true Russian banya/ sauna. It is chesty chitverg or clean Thursday. And we went to the sauna to clean our souls. You go to sauna to improve your health and get rid of the toxins out of your body. Tanya and her husband go almost every week. Years ago we went to a sauna, but it was not like this.
The sauna was on the property of someone's home. Inside there was a room with a large table, ...
... br> Then walked to the tin tits statue and enjoyed the soviet park with tanks, statues etc. This area looks good from a distance with the massive statue and numerous church domes.
Metro to Povil(?) area where we ate and then tried to get funincular, but it was closed for renovations. We walked up the hill via a touristy street where most stalls had shut up shop for the evening. Time at the top to walk around ...
... exists, but happy to have seen it for no other reason than to say I did. I went on to my next stop - the Pinchuk Art Cetner, a completely free gallery of modern art right in the city's ritziest shopping district. Surrounded by women (and 2 other guys) all impeccably dressed in light suits or flowing dresses, I feel a bit out of place in my golf pants and flip flops, but the gallries are all excellent. The exhibition features Anush Kaoor in his frst Eastern European exhibition, and it ...