Old Continent Hotel

4, S Petefy Square, Uzhhorod, 88000, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4, S Petefy Square, Uzhhorod.
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    Travel Blogs from Uzhhorod

    Viktor loses it badly.........

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 24, 2013

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    ... the main entrance. Strangely enough he seemed his old self by this stage offering us personal sightseeing tour of the Old Town the next day. NO THANKS and we beat a thankful retreat into the lobby. We ain't finished with him yet.... We ate a thankful and joyous meal of pigs cheek and fried brains in the company of a young "Mafia Boss" who had just proposed to his girlfriend who looked like a bride on "Gypsy Wedding"!!! Lights out 2230. It had been a very long ...

    Told Off by a Ukranian Train Guard!!!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 22, 2013

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    ... the next 30 mins is spend contorting ourselves trying to get dressed and packed inside what can only be described as a small matchbox... We arrive: 0603 the train pulls in Lviv. Much excitement as we are met by Viktor our hyperactive and slightly scary driver/guide. He leads us to a small "Proton" which has a clutch problem. Will it cope with us and all our luggage? Parked next to a Lada it looks like a Rolls ...

    We head west, via Slovakia

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 20, 2011

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    ... 8217;t quite been erased. There were plenty of grim gray concrete buildings. And decaying infrastructure galore--we passed many apartment buildings that looked like they’d been uninhabitable for years. Curiously, in most of the villages we drove through we noticed sets of old-fashioned loudspeakers—obviously relics from Soviet times--fastened to the light posts or telephone poles every few blocks. Had they been to warn residents of nuclear ...

    We meet the Hasids of Uzhgorod for Sukkot

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 19, 2011

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... house we experienced Sukkot, Part II! Some Dutch people had driven several vans full of food, clothing, books, and other supplies from Holland for donation to Jewish people in the region, particularly for Holocaust survivors. So in the guest house auditorium they were all celebrating Sukkot. There was vigorous singing and dancing. Things reached near-Hasidic intensity with Hava Nagila, a song that seemed to have followed us from that Italian restaurant in ...

    The police pay a visit to the guest house

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 17, 2011

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... made a little call, and the police came running. Why it took half a dozen police and four vehicles, why they kept coming and going out of the parking lot and in between trips spent most of the time posing with their cells and cigs, and why they stayed for over 3 hours and seemed to accomplish absolutely nothing was never clear. I reminded myself, “always think illogically,” and immediately felt better.
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