Lion's Castle Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lviv
... not expecting it to be an almost newly renovated city this time around. The city centre was clean, beautiful and very busy. It's no wonder lviv is the top city to visit in Europe. You're immersed in culture, history, and finally proud Ukrainian people. There was a significant amount of tourists buzzing around. The socks and sandles, fanny pack, sunglasses with the strings type....aka Brian Lukie. Nothing wrong with a practical and experienced tourist. We had dinner at ...
... the language. As we were standing in line we witnessed lots of bickering between staff and customers. One woman brought an umbrella and demanded it to be fixed. She believed that a button needs replacement when, in fact, the whole
mechanism that opened the umbrella was broken. Sasha was born in that country, yet, he did not realize that umbrellas can be repairable. Once our turn came, we were told that a zipper can immediately be replaced on Dasha's purse. ...
... life and I never want to, especially for 'tourist' fun!
The walk back to the train station for my overnight sleeper train to Kyiv took 45 minutes and I arrived super early. The Japanese guy doubted I would find my way, but it is up one long street (that is being torn to shreds, for what I imagine is a new tram line).
When my train arrives, I make my bed and settle in for the night, when I wake up, I should be in Kyiv.
... we had to our hostel required taking the tram. We were trying to ask a lady running a magazine stand on the street where we could catch a tram and were not having a lot of luck with the English/Ukrainian communication. Luckily one of the people in line spoke English and she showed us where we could catch a mini-bus (called a Marshrutka) that would take us in the direction of our hostel. It was the same bus she was taking so she was able to make sure ...
... flowers, or courtyards shaded by the domes and spires of one of lviv's many majestic cathedrals.
I could exhaust an entire entry telling you what we did - describing the baroque interiors of every church and the distinctive combination of wood, incense and candle wax that scents each of them; telling of the steep climb through shady park paths to the top of castle hill, with it's sweeping vistas over all of Lviv; pontificating on the wonders of an exquisite cup of coffee, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed