Lion's Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... he gave me the stoney eye I thought I should look more miserable like my picture so not to confuse him so dropped my smile. Then started laughing at the fact I was trying so hard to look like my actual face. He didn't laugh, he took my passport. A female soldier then boarded and took it off him and asked me to get off the bus, my first thoughts being, strip search. She asked me why I was visiting Ukraine and I said 'Tourist!' Hoping she wouldn't question me further as I haven't ...
... despite the determined selling techniques of the women and my normal weakness in such circumstances.
After the usual breakfast we were picked up by our driver of the previous day for our 3.5 hour drive to Lviv. The journey was a mixture of being thrown about by the potholes and marvelling at the village life were saw on the way. The villages were beautiful, in an Eastern European kind of way.
By way of background it needs to be ...
... trouvant en bordure de la cité historique.
de nombreux bars souterrains , au decor et a l ambiance nostagique de la periode communiste et de la seconde guerre mondiale..se deploient au centre ville. c est le meme proprietaire qui a acheté, il y une dizaine d annees ses emplacements ..et le fait qu ils soient souterrains permet au prorietaire de gagner de la place sans payer une forte somme ...et pas de ...
... back into the city since I knew there was a bus from the city to the stadium. On the way I walked past a nice church and cool monument (little did I know this would be the extent of my sightseeing in Lviv), before getting a tram the rest of the way. Of course I missed my tram stop without realising so when I finally did figure out where I was I had to backtrack a little. I passed the main square which was full of football ...
... Machine guns lined the walls, there were uniforms, historical maps and a friendly feel to the place. It was situated in the middle of a block, where you walk through an opening into a courtyard. I took a wrong turn and banged on some random guys door. He shouted at me in Ukranian and some old lady from across the balcony, pointed to where I should go. So funny. Down the road from the hostel was a place selling ...