Lion's Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Lion's Castle Hotel Lviv
Travel Blogs from Lviv
... for dinner by myself. Everyone else at the hostel had there heads in their laptops so I decided to go out on my own. I went to a local restaurant to try their dumplings, I knew that wouldn't fill me up so I ordered a pizza and a beer to go with it. I didn't even look at the price until the bill came. £2.30 for all of that. I was so full that I could hardly move. The following morning I woke up pretty early to make the most of the half of day I had before going to ...
Having traipsed around beautiful Lviv the afternoon before this morning we had a professional tour guide for a three hour walking tour of the city. It was very informative without filling you with too many dates and names. It was the first time I had been inside an Armenian church. The interior was more akin to a Roman Catholic Church but with a curtain that was drawn across in front of the altar during the prayer of consecration ...
... repeat performance of last weeks "pong fest".
"Richard" The salami (see photo) is looking a little nervous as he knows his time willl shortly be up. In combination with a couple of packs of caviar flavoured crisps, bread and Vodka mean that we will not fade away en route.
News from other pieces of kit: Kettle in full use. Arthur doing well and Cathy's sandal is still alive. Surgery ...
Sunday 17th June
Today can really only be classed as a fail… in saying that, it ended up with a great night. So basically this morning started with a bit of a sleep in before some breaky and a lot of organising my flights and such (still had not booked a flight back to turkey for the next day!). So by the time that was all worked out it was about 12pm and I was ready to head out for the day. Before ...
... any other car. A a few Yugo's, remember those? My old headmaster at C of E Mr Harrison used to drive one. So, for you dad, I took a picture of a church with a Lada parked out front!
Near the Lada was a large art market. I walked around the market slowly, trying to find places I hadn't already seen. Near the art market was a food and random market. One lady was selling Sunflower seeds still in the flower ...