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TravelPod Member ReviewsIntercontinental Kiev
it was new, perfect service and amazing food
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... We walk round the station complex a few times fairly aimlessly, before we luck out totally when I manage to get on to some free WiFi outside the station. Game on! I grab the directions to our hostel from my email and we jump on the metro. The metro is dirt cheap, 2 hryvna for a single journey (about 15p!). It's a little confusing, but fairly straightforward once we notice there is western script as well as Cryllic. We get to the dream house hostel in Kiev and ...
... t need to hold on to anything, and that ties into the fact that I think one of the greatest things I will gain from this summer will be confidence. I was scared at the beginning and felt very self-conscious walking around Kiev, but now that fear is gone. I think I’ll be able to walk into my next internship or job with a certain degree of self-assurance, with the mindset that I successfully spent eight weeks in Kiev and I’m ready for anything ...
... items, pictures of people that died during the accident and all that. It did go through a little bit of how it happened. Just about everyone that worked in the plant died during this explosion. Their radiation levels were extremely high. A lot of the letters they wrote while dying in a Moscow hospital were displayed in the exhibitions. I’m sure this was nothing compared to the actual cities near Chernobyl, but ...
... from the nearby machine. However the nearby machine was not working and the driver would not allow payment on the bus. Seeing our dilemma, a young local lady kindly paid for our ticket using some monthly pass that she had. Such generosity. We hopped on the bus and she gave us the low down on the city as we travelled the 20 minutes to the metro station to change to get to the centre. As I bought us two metro ticket from a kiosk, the assistant tried to ...
... very delicious.
After lunch we wandered through the last little bit of the museum and then hiked back to the entrance where we made our way back to the metro and on to soccer.
Now Europeans as a whole do not take this sport lightly. This sport is a religion to them and they support their teams like no Red Sox fan every dream of. Today I was going to get a taste of how Sweden supported their team.
Now we had visited the camp yesterday, but today we ...