International Hostel Tatarka

Address: 77 Lukjanivska Str, Kiev, 4071, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 77 Lukjanivska Str, Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Down to the Last Minute

A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

In December 2013 when we started the adoption process, I had been looking at pictures of children on a website that was promoting adoption to Ukrainians. I knew that some of the children might not even be available for international adoption. I had located a few sisters, but there were two girls, 10 and 14 years old whose bright eyes and smiles really drew me. I printed their information out and carried it with me to our adoption authority meeting ...

You come on her breast

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 30, 2013

2 comments, 28 photos

... I’m told it’s Russian custom at funerals for people to drink 100ml of vodka in memory of the deceased. Right then, this is the last will and testament of me…..everyone at my funeral has got to drink vodka…that’ll get them giggling in the gangways.

Reach the top of the pedestal and there's a lift to the viewing platform about 36m up. I see on the ticket check desk that you can go to the very top of the statue upto the ...

Day 41 out of 43

A travel blog entry by florencewong on Aug 11, 2012

While I do realise that I haven't been updating my blog, and that I should celebrate my return by posting something interesting about Ukraine/my trip to Kyiv, I would like to announce that I'm finally out of Ukraine in 2 days! I've surprised myself by actually surviving these 6 weeks. I've visited 4 cities: Sergeevka (let's just call it a city even if it's really a village), Odessa, ...

Revisiting the 20th Century

A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jun 17, 2012

12 photos

... and led to mass starvations. By the second phase of the terror, the executions dropped because there were no more kulaks. It was chilling to walk around inside the memorial and watch the black and white footage of top brass in the Communist Party giving orders to requisition grain and of soldiers marching into villages. I lit a candle for the victims and then continued on my way to the WWII museum.

Before one ...

Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

54 photos

... group, leaving us without a guide at all. So for the rest of the day we followed around another group (who had a big shiny new coach with a guide on the bus who gave them running commentary along the way, all of which we did not get) and just had to ask their guide to give us the run down on where we were and what we were looking at. It was very frustrating and out driver couldn’t help coz he couldn’t speak ...