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TravelPod Member ReviewsIntercontinental Kiev
it was new, perfect service and amazing food
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... promising we might become, or how our "file" looked good and just happened to be out in view.
No, not at all! Our files, our lives, were far from reach. I'm pretty sure if I could imagine my file (my life) - it would be at the bottom of the pile, probably in the back room - nowhere to be seen!
Yet God has pulled us out from obscurity, named us, adopted us and called us his own!
I think, if these girls become your daughters, the story ...
... hands a cold can of beer to me….without me even asking. Service with a smile!
We trundle verrrryyyy slooowwwly through the silver birch trees (bored of them yet??.....I am) on a journey to Simferopol that will take over 15hrs – we arrive 0933hrs tomorrow. Fortunately, the trees give way and the landscape opens up into what can best be described as English summer countryside (no, not cold, wet and windy) – I could be on the way home from ...
... sky and the yellow accents (including the vibrant gold domes) represent crops and the sun. They are also the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Outside are three sculptures. The one in the middle is Princess Olga, the ruler of old Kiev. She was rhe first to bring Christianity to the outer territories. There's also a statue of Cyril and Methodius (remember them from Moscow?) and St. Andrew. Kievites like to give their statues nicknames. This one is called "The ...
... triumph for the
country (Ukraine is the first former Soviet republic to host a European football championship). It would be very exciting if the Ukrainian team makes it to the semi-finals. The final game will be held in Kiev at Olympic Stadium, which was refurbished for the championship. That will be quite an event, as the stadium holds 70,000 people (more than Candlestick Park in SF where the 49ers play, which, according to Wikipedia, only holds 69,732).
Football really ...
... afew hundred metres of reactor 3 (the one that exploded), although at this point the radiation was incredible – the Geiger reading about 200 (remember the norm is 0.3!) and still increased exponentially with every metre closer you went (so I didn’t go any closer). It’s still so radioactive that over half of the building cannot be accessed, and that they are building a huge dome to go over the building ...