Saksahans'koho 53/80, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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The Palace of Corruption – Honka Style

A travel blog entry by wareameye


... don’t you agree?

I am still pinching myself that exactly two months to the day from the last time Yanukovich slept in it, here I am posing for a photo on his bed! The new interim government has nationalized this once-private property, and plans to maintain it as an example of the evils of corruption. It remains to be seen if the new government to be elected next month will have learned the ...

Crazy Buses and Trains

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad

My first full day in Kiev was packed with tons of stuff! First off, after getting some much needed sleep, I headed over to the school where I'll be teaching for the next two weeks for a meeting about what exactly I'll be doing.

By the way, the sun rises at like 5 in the morning here. Not cool.

Anyways, then I headed over with one of the AIESEC students on one of the buses that run through Kiev to meet ...

Wandering the streets of Keiv

A travel blog entry by hoggs


... of side streets to go down and see what delights are there.
It did give me time to appreciate the amazing buildings though. Some great ones! To make it even better the weather was on my side with clear blue skies and a pleasant 18c. Wasn't long before I was over heating and the layers soon came off.

After much wandering i decided to head towards the Friendship ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620


... the city. I'm saving the Top 2 for tomorrow (located on the banks of the Dnipro river) and head instead to Independence Square, the heart of the city. The square itself is kinetic - cars whizz around the outside in a tight ring, separating the monuments and large central fountain (made to look like a gigantic soccer ball in honor of hosting the 2012 UEFA Euro Cup) from the dominant Socialist architecture on the flanks and some neo-Baroque towers on the end, housing shops, ads ...

Camp Sweden!

A travel blog entry by krosell


... else. I found that little tid bit interesting. It took days for the international community to find out. The museum was small, but interesting. We had to get the audio guide, because everything was written in Ukrainian or Russian.

When we left the museum, except for the giant puddles, you would not have known that it had rained at all that day. The guys wanted to go to the Swedish camp, so we went. The Swedish fans have started a tradition where they camp in large ...


This hotel, located on Saksahans'koho 53/80, Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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