Nobilis Hotel

Address: 5 Fredra Street, Lviv, 79005, Ukraine | 5 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Lviv

      We have tried to leave this City by train before..

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 26, 2013

      6 photos

      ... and white film made in 1948. On train No 86: Just boarded and sitting in our roomy cabin with plastic poppy flowers on the table. More space by far....there are two comfy beds and a packet of chocolate wafers on a small table by the window. Each carriage is supervised by a rather fierce woman in uniform ( you would pay good money for in Hamburg) who checks our tickets and then disappears into her cabin with a male member of staff for a couple hours! Timetable: There is ...

      Talking Nuclear Physics over Ice-Cream

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jul 13, 2012

      15 photos

      ... crash into each other and thus break into smaller parts. The idea is that those smaller parts will give clues to the formation of the universe. Such particles are measured through magnetic field sensors. Some of you probably heard about the discovery of the God Particle on the 4th of July - that particle’s life span is so short you can only tell it existed by measuring what is left after it expires. To take those measurements, you need ...

      Ukraine's Loveliest City

      A travel blog entry by hildreth75 on Nov 21, 2011

      27 photos

      ... the weather was so cold Bo and I took every opportunity to dip into every coffee shop and milk bar we could to thaw our frozen bodies.



      Riding the tram around town was an experience in itself because we had no idea how it worked. All the instructions were in Cyrillic so we jumped on and did as the locals. We did see a sign that had two prices on it so we naturally assumed they ...

      My Address Isn't a House or a Street...

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 07, 2011

      2 comments

      ... to Mila. You went every week because you could. This meant you were well-rounded, cultured, knowledgable. It's what you did. Then, the wheels fall off the bus, prices skyrocket. Now, a theatre ticket will run you 500 to 3000 roubles, depending on a number of factors. That's essentially going from $5 in the USSR to $120 at the most expensive today (possibly more; I'm completely cheap and always get the $20 tickets). When you make $300 a month, it's ...

      Busk

      A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on May 27, 2011

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... he would let us in. We were all shocked and pleasantly surprised.

      The other side of the synagogue was in great shape, the outside looked almost perfectly restored. There was a fence surrounding the premises which was filled with lush green grass leading up to the building. The outside of the building itself had been completely repaired, repainted, reinforced and refinished all while keeping its original architecture. We were led inside where we saw the building for the ...