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it was new, perfect service and amazing food
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I have lunch with the representative from our local tour company, and it is great to finally meet this person I have been corresponding with for so long. Tourism is suffering in Ukraine due to the current situation, so I suggested that she refer clients who are worried about traveling to Ukraine to visit this blog and see there is nothing to fear!
On the recommendation of good ...
... interns. I have no idea how it didn't crash or hit another car on the way there. Seriously, there are tons of people that pack onto the bus and it weaves through traffic as if there were no other cars on the road! So scary!
We got off the bus at the main railway station in Kiev and rode on the PACKED metro all the way across the city to the hostel where the other interns are staying. So far, there are ...
... Is a giant metal arch. Pretty dam cool if i say so myself. At night, it is illuminated.
Liking football, it is only fair that I head to Dynamo Kiev's ground to see that! I wasn't disappointed. OK, so it isn't the biggest stadium with millions thrown at it, but i liked it. It rang out the true arena spirit of football.
After these two highlights i en dded up in a place ...
... my Lira for ten Euro, which I was able to exchange for Moldova currency. He would find a bank the next day and change the Lira back. Even better, I actually had time to grab a lunch outside the station. I bid the Italian a safe journey, found a creperie, and ordered lunch and a dinner to go, catching a small view of the city on the way. As I boarded my next train, I smiled at the Moldovan flag in the windows, wondering how I missed them the first time. For a mistake as seemingly large ...
... players was not doing their job apparently.
The Swedish supporters grew quieter and quieter as the game wore on and we realized that Sweden was not going to win. We even refused to do the wave when it came around, which had a rather comical affect on the wave as it went around the oval stadium.
Although the Swedish national team owed it to us to win, they did not and the game ended 1-2. Now, we were in the capital of the host country, so the walk of shame was very ...