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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIntercontinental Kiev
it was new, perfect service and amazing food
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... the hotel were basically empty and all the houses were in various stages of being renovated. It will be a very upmarket part of town when finished. Finding a lovely cafe opposite the church we had breakfast and watched the stall holders setting up for the day. Kyiv is expensive so my coffee, eggs, meat and soup cost be about AUD 4.50! We checked out the market, looked in St Andrews church and wandered over the St Michaels Golden Dome Church. On the large square outside St ...
Capital and largest city of Ukraine. Located on the Dnieper River. Kiev was the capital of Kievan Russia which reached its greatest power in the early 11th century under Yaroslav the Wise. The empire covered areas of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. Today, Kiev is one of the largest cities in Eastern Europe. Lots of history, lots of cool stuff to see. I could have definitely spent more time there. Check out the ...
... understood all those James Bond films where the baddies couldn't shoot for ****. I then decided to do the full-on Rambo mode with a full magazine. With an empty gas cylinder as target, I was told not to spray the bullets from side to side and just squeeze the trigger until the mag was empty. I just wish I'd wore a fake mad-Mullah beard and wrapped a turban round my head for the ultimate photo as I was shooting.
Back at the hostel, I met Gareth, our Tour ...
... day has come for our second appointment! Tasha and I were up early (Marco was still sawing logs) yet our appointment wasn’t until 2pm....ugh! Anxious parents do ya think?
After reviewing files of some beautiful children, our heart strings were tugged to one little 7 year old girl. She is at an orphanage in the east of Ukraine, in a city called Donetsk. Now the preparations begin.... We spent ...
... while I did not. When we arrived in Kiev, we decided to team up. Killing a bit of time at a train station cafe with wifi, I managed to book the last of the cheap beds in a hostel five minutes from the train station - a mere €20 a night, while most other hostels were going for two or three times as much, due to the influx of tourists for the Euro final. We found the hostel and I dumped my bag, and I instantly began to appreciate the hostel owner. His name was Mike, ...