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... city centre are pedestrian only which is always a bonus. After I was happy to see what I wanted to see I headed back to the hostel for a nap and then to look up for to get to Kiev for the following day. I was only going to pop into Ukraine so that I couldn't then head South towards Moldova and Romania, but I liked the feeling of Ukraine already, plus it was cheaper than Asia, so I thought I would check out the capital as well. That evening I didn't do much apart from ...
... as I type) on my pack and will have to open 2nd pack of M&S briefs tomorrow on train.
SBF: High - 3/5. Several weddings in the City boost the rating.
Food: Great: "Galicia (the regional pie) and other hearty meat orientated dishes make this a non-vegetarian paradise.
We will be of air for a day or so as no wi-fi......about to finish off the carton of Chateau Borat.
... I had two things I had to do – go to the train station to buy my train ticket for the next morning, and go and pick my ticket up for tonights football… not so hard right? Wrong. I managed to get a tram easily enough to the station and even got the ticket fairly easily (although I learnt later why it was twice the price that I had paid for the ticket the other way – she gave me first class even though I asked ...
... br> Lviv seems to be very poor the streets have not been fixed for ages as a matter of fact I don't think and vehicle has any shocks left because of the cobble stones they are all up and down. The busses have been patched with fibreglass. As a matter of fact I don’t think that when any of these countries have been onder communist rule they don’t use cement in their render as it is falling off all ...
... and other citizens crossing so that they allowed us to skip the line.
If Austrian road workers were to place signs on Ukrainian roads they'd put a 30km/h limit, "Warning" and "Tits" (bad road) signs on the entrance to the country and cancellation signs on the Ukraine's exit :)
For these two weeks I used to drive in European way: calmly and relaxed. So the Chaos of our roads met me with open arms :)