Old Continent Hotel

4, S Petefy Square, Uzhhorod, 88000, Ukraine | Hotel
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Viktor loses it badly.........

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... varieties made worse by total lack of repair for several years. It did not help that this minor rural road seemed to be a cut through for massive Serbian trucks taking a short cut to the Hungarian border. Procedures for tackling potholes - Viktor style: Huff, puff and tut frequently. In moments of confusion hum "Bbumm bbbummmm Bummm" repeatedly. Clench and unclench hands on steering wheel, slow down, huff a bit then stop. Review the back wheel. Get back in ...

Told Off by a Ukranian Train Guard!!!

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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

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... behind him to either side. At the base of the statue were numerous plastic flower wreaths, red, green, blue and white. Meanwhile, on our side of the road were two rusting tanks, mounted on pedestals. Taking the edge off this mysterious scene was a pile of trash in a collapsed rubbish bin near one of the tanks, and off to the side some shabby fenced-in buildings, guarded by a fierce German Shepherd. What was all this about? The only clue was a brown and white ...

We meet the Hasids of Uzhgorod for Sukkot

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... 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

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... avoiding the still-present police force, and waited for more news on all fronts. Then at about 2.00 or 3.00 we were delighted to hear that a new test revealed that Boris didn’t have a brain tumor after all! And the trip to Shalanki was on again! So we called Peter once more, thanked him for his efforts, and told him we no longer needed his translator locator services.

Meanwhile, the police ...

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