Premier Palace Hotel

Address: 5-7/29 Taras Shevchenko Blvd / Pushkinska St., Kiev, 01004, Ukraine | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 5-7/29 Taras Shevchenko Blvd / Pushkinska St., Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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    A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... Ukraine the people here were celebrating as families, as couples, as friends, their independence in 1991. Meeting our guide for our free city tour we were joined by a nice French couple from Brussels, a Russian man who grew up in the USA, and a pudgy English bloke in his thirties who was surgically attached to a Ukrainian woman with tight fitting clothes, ridiculous high heeled shoes, covered with litres of fake tanning solution. This ...

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    ... the average salary in Ukraine! That's a fairly startling comparison when we haven't even left Europe yet. The Provodnik (carriage attendant) brought some food round, which again is apparently fairly common on Russian trains. The meal was mashed potato with bits of meat (possibly pork!) in it. A bit odd - but quite nice. As with our meal in Chernobyl, this was served with overcooked peas and this time, also Olives. The Russian lady had eaten a big meal at ...

    Octopuses & Mushrooms

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    ... was a mess. The clean-up was still going on. The streets were shut down and it could take up to 10 or 15 minutes just to cross the road because the roads were shut down with fences around them. There really was not that much special to Kiev. Since I couldn't go to Chernobyl, I went to the Chernobyl Museum. It was OK. It probably was nothing like the actual site. This museum had glass display cases displaying basically ...

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    ... and dark chocolate, never milk. Checking out was an experience as well. The line was very long --but it was a line and not a mob swarming the cash register--which gave me a chance to take some pictures of the what brands were available.

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