- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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it was new, perfect service and amazing food
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Woke to another pleasant day in Kyiv. The young man was ready to serve me breakfast when I wandered in to the breakfast room. I asked him for fried eggs instead of the omelette as I couldn't eat milk. He understood and brought me three fried eggs on a plate. Just as I finished them he presented me with some savoury pancakes topped with a big dollop of sour cream! The point of no dairy seemed to have alluded him. (To be fair to him he was not the ...
... he was there. She walked down with me and this time there was someone standing outside a car. Turns out, it was the same guy I stared down three times while I was waiting. He had been sitting in a car, with the tinted windows rolled up, and he never made a gesture. He saw me staring down all the cars that drove by, and peering into all the windows any time a car slowed down. And every time I looked in his direction he never did a ...
... None of us have the desire to perform, but there is a cute girl in a leotard that seems about to do something as we leave... The Mariinskyi Palace was built by Elizabeth I in the 1700's. She was engaged to be married and wanted her wedding to be in a church like the ones she had at home in SPb. It very closely resembles the Summer Palace. Unfortunately, this love story did not have a happy ending. Peter the Great did not approve of the match for some reason and ...
... which was a big beautiful church and bell tower with huge golden domes. And opposite the church, about 600m away, was St Michaels church, just as big, grand, beautiful and gold. I went up the tower of the St Sofia chuch which gave me beautiful views over Kiev where I could see the river, city and many of its numerous churches. After the tower I wandered down another main street past more churches, past a bright red uni ...
... likeness is on the five hryvnia note. In the process, however, he viciously slew hundred of thousands of Jews in an attempt to rid the region of their presence. So as much as I like the statue, you will have to forgive me if I don't quite see him as the same hero.
Next, we stopped at the Golden Gate for a quick photo stop. It turns out that the Radisson Hotel is just up the street from ...