Saksahans'koho 53/80, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

The Palace of Corruption – Honka Style

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 20, 2014

33 photos

... peered into windows. It is a miracle that they did not break in and loot all the valuables inside. "National Guardians" quickly protected the property and, realizing that there were vast grounds to maintain and zoo full of animals to feed, they started charging admission to anyone who wanted to come and have a look. And if you pay a princely sum for a VIP tour (like we did), you are even allowed to go ...

First Day of School!

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on May 27, 2013

... At the very start of my presentation to each group, all the kids automatically had a million questions about my country and what it's like. Questions like "Why is McDonald's so popular there?" and "Why are the people there so fat?" to "How old is Barack Obama?" and "What do the stars and stripes mean?" They are so so so curious about the United States and I can't believe how smart they already are!

Of course, some of their English ...

I see dead people

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Oct 23, 2012

... for overnight train . I was pretty excited about this as it is something that I've wanted to do for a long time now. We had a 4 berth cabin, and the 4th bed was for a mid-40s Ukrainian man who kept himself to himself, despite offers of vodka and bananas!
We all hit the sack pretty early. I didn't get the best of nights sleep as it was about 37c and the train driver only knew that the brakes were on FULL or not. Despite this it wasn't a bad trip at ...


A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


... my Lira for ten Euro, which I was able to exchange for Moldova currency. He would find a bank the next day and change the Lira back. Even better, I actually had time to grab a lunch outside the station. I bid the Italian a safe journey, found a creperie, and ordered lunch and a dinner to go, catching a small view of the city on the way. As I boarded my next train, I smiled at the Moldovan flag in the windows, wondering how I missed them the first time. For a mistake as seemingly large ...

Camp Sweden!

A travel blog entry by krosell on Jun 10, 2012

2 comments, 70 photos

... museum of communist life in the 1980’s.

One major flaw I found with the museum was the fact that they did not tell you how the meltdown began, or exactly what caused it. Where the museum picked up the story, was after things were blowing up and already radioactive. I think that that should have been included, or added later. The museum was founded at the end of the Soviet Union, so flaws were hidden, but that is the most important part of the story. Another flaw ...


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