Kolessy Street

13 Kolessy, apart. 1, Lviv, 79000, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Kolessy, apart. 1, Lviv, is near Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet, Uzhhorod Castle, Vladimir Dahl's House, and Gorky Library.
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

G-viv, this time the "G" stands for Glamours

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 16, 2013

12 photos

... plain girls were 9's. Ivan didn't know where to look or how to proceed, so Ivan just behaved like Ivan and fronted every tall slim brunettes he could, which meant a lot! Unfortunately the girls were as stony faced as those in Russia and provided absolutely no encouragement at all to Ivan at all. It was the wee small hours when we left and poor Ivan was solo. The next morning, as could be expected, was a slow start. We went on a walking ...

Many Weddings and a Baptism

A travel blog entry by phileus_fogg on Aug 12, 2012

32 photos

... capital of the Ukraine and much like many of the towns I have recently visited there is the historical old town filled with a dozen or so churches. Since it was a Saturday when I did much of my sightseeing my 5 minute obligatory stops at the various churches I was able to wander around the churches with the other tourists while weddings were being performed and even a baptism at one of them. After 3 days in Belarus it was nice to be in a more tourist friendly ...

It's hard to leave L'viv

A travel blog entry by shultz on Aug 13, 2011

1 comment, 50 photos

... got off at the correct stop and she pointed us in the direction of our hostel which was greatly appreciated. After a quick nap, we headed out to find some food and thanks to the directions of our hostel staff, ended up at the greatest restaurant ever! Puzata Hata (not to be confused with Pizza Hut) is a festival of Ukrainian comfort food served cafeteria style. We ended up going to Puzata Hata 8 times in 5 days and are still not tired of eating borscht, ...

"A Mixture of the East to the West'..."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 08, 2011


... was immense and as I made my way through it like Carter exploring Tut's tomb, I saw wonderful things. There were two - that's right, count 'em, two! - weiners in the super dog. I just couldn't do it. God help me, but I had to throw some of it away before I made myself ill. So come one, come all! Visit this borderland city where people mix and have coexisted. Come see the art, the architecture, the culture...and the hot dogs. Canadians no longer need visas - you have no ...

The Polish like to Party!

A travel blog entry by rudyvrana on Jun 14, 2011

Lviv is right next to Poland. In fact, they like to claim that Lviv was once apart of Poland. Just don't tell that to a local. Since, Ukraine is fairly cheap relative to Poland this is a happening place for Polish guys to come down and party during the weekend or week and take a train back to Poland.

In just the last two weeks, I have shared my room with a group of 8 Polish guys and another group of 7 Polish guys. The second we met they offered ...