Old Continent Hotel

Address: 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

          Our Castle Excursions

          A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Dec 08, 2014

          40 photos

          ... food for anyone. While we waited, our waiter took us on a tour of the grounds. We saw the fish ponds,the sauna, the beautiful heated pool. We could totally see ourselves staying there.

          Saturday we took the girls to the Mukachevo castle built on a large hill/ mountain. We had some nice views of the city. A. (who has decided she wants her American name to be Sarah) was mesmerized by a musical trio of a keyboard and two violinists ...

          A Uniquely European Experience

          A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 22, 2014

          1 comment, 19 photos

          ... and had it falling like a shower. I went down for a picture but didn’t dare get under it. In fact, even brave Irena wouldn’t go in the river, thinking it was even colder than the icy pool she had endured; however, I think it was equivalent. Back and forth they went, chauna to sauna to ice pool, sauna to ice pool to chauna, for 2.5 hours. Finally we gathered in the warm house and ate yummy meat and potatoes that had been cooked ...

          Moving to the Village

          A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 11, 2014

          28 photos

          ... in a reenactment of the story of poor, cold St. Martin who wondered into the city and somehow was clothed and rescued; there were knights who had sword fights, ladies who danced, and then a pyrotechnics show that rivaled anything Disney could come up with. A troupe of women twirling ropes of fire, showers of sparklers fountaining in the background, men breathing out fire-- it was like a fireworks show on the ground.

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          The Fateful Day

          A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 07, 2014

          8 comments, 7 photos

          ... kebabs, yummy potatoes smothered in bacon fat, and a local popular soup with pork and tomatoes. We had a feast.

          Kostya, our translator, said he felt like a Yankee in a Southern, laid-back town in the U.S. He wondered how people had time to have festivals and enjoy themselves and why they weren’t working. Turned out it was the day this town celebrated their patron saint, thus the festive atmosphere. Kostya had never been in ...

          Told Off by a Ukranian Train Guard!!!

          A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 22, 2013

          7 photos

          ... 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 ...