Mir

Address: 70, 40-Richya Zhovtnya Avenue, Kiev, 03040, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Голосіївських area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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      We have arrived in Ukraine. The adventure begins!

      A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 04, 2014

      4 comments

      ... hygiene items for Orphan's Promise. When we saw the mounds of coats that our church donated, we thought, how will we ever get everything in our suitcases? But with some vacuum sealed bags, we were able to get all the winter gear into the two suitcases we had set aside for this purpose.

      Prayer requests: 1. Please pray that the Lord would give us favor with the SDA (adoption authority) and ...

      Do you have any....weapons.....or ammunition?

      A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 29, 2013

      19 photos

      Boarded the overnight train to Kiev. It's the same carriage type as previously. I use my phone's translate again to find out when the passport control is. The smiling provodnitsa speaks Belarus into the phone for it to translate. It doesn't catch what she says. She tries again. It doesn't work. One final time and her and colleagues are all laughing so much so that she can hardly speak into the phone due to a fit of the giggles. Another provodnitsa writes down "2-3" - so ...

      Kiev- the Ancient City

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Jul 31, 2012

      40 photos

      ... the Cossack (Think they were countrymen known as brutal soldiers). He was considered a traitor by some and the reason Russian is spoken in Ukraine. Nonetheless, his face is on the 5 Hryvnia note. His statue was repositioned after the worshippers of St. Sophia's complained. They said they didn't want to leave their prayers and see the back of a horse. There is a similar statue in Russia (undoubtedly without the controversy). Some Ukrainian pilots played a ...

      Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

      54 photos

      ... park which still sits there, rusted, overgrown and falling apart. The radiation in this area is still about 2 everywhere (norm is 0.3), but there are areas where the radiation is up to 20 such as near metal that absorbed it, or in the moss that’s on the ground. It is now known that it will always be uninhabitable due to its proximity to the reactor plant. The people who used to live here were made homeless, ...

      Mad traffic and stunning churches

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on May 30, 2012

      ... myself - luxury. Makes you wonder if they were right about no availability on the Wednesday train, but no matter - a 3 hour walk had exhausted the tourism potential of Rostov anyway. Ukraine is a much bigger country than I imagined, we crossed the border about 1.30 am and had another 14 hours or so to Kiev (and Lviv is another eight hours to the west) Clearly lots and lots of agriculture, no big cities until Kiev, some towns but mostly villages. But I ...