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... and Mark’s house would be a place Jewish people could stay on their pilgrimage back. In fact, Lviv had a very large Jewish population that was virtually wiped out by Hitler during WWII. There were a small number of Jews that went into hiding in the city and who did survive. When Mark and Rhonda first arrived in Lviv, they had rented a large, old apartment in the center of town. One day they realized that the big hole that they had covered up so ...
Waking up early and walking down some muddy streets I found the local Thursday markets at which local women sell their embroidered table cloths, runners, blouses, shirts and dresses. By 07:30 the market has been picked over by wholesale buyers for selling in the tourist areas of bigger cities. Most of the work was beautiful but as we have down sized and do not need more table cloths etc, and floral blouses and shirts would look a bit strange in Oz I didn't ...
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I arrive by plane on the runway of the new airport in Lviv built for the 2012 Football European Champions Cup. l architecture and structures are a little similar to the airport of Roissy en France.
The city is pleasant and most of the monuments are concentrated on the main square. a delightfully romantic...except the cemetery or rest of ...
... a taxi however even though I was at a big shopping centre with taxis out the front, they were all booked out already. One driver told me there was a bus from around the corner that would go to the stadium. I didn’t want to wait for another bus but I had no choice so I went and waited. After about 15mins a bus came along going to the main bus station which I knew was near the stadium so I just jumped on it and hoped ...
... mountain, industrial areas with high rise tower blocks which resembled more of concrete Eastern Europe.
On the walk down, I enjoy seeing trams drive past. People desperately trying to alight them before they set off again. I don't know why I have a fascination with public transport (outside the UK) but I do. I also notice something of interest to my old man. No pigs yet pops but Ukraine has more ...