Reikartz Medievale Lviv
Travel Blogs from Lviv
... can officially say we are as lost as possible...challenge complete!
We found a really nice restaurant to get some lunch and we had piroggie (actually that's the polish word for it but I can't remember what the Ukrainian word was, and that's probably spelt incorrectly), however halfway though lunch a used spoon came flying across the restaurant! There were two Ukrainian guys who wanted to start a fight because they thought we were Americans, what ...
... made with horseradish which was quite good; (5) about six of the local wines, generally not good; and (6) a good cross-section of the funky cold cantinas.
I said I would go back to Odessa, but got the feeling that it was a meat market rave town. I would definitely go back to L'viv. And speaking of which, I am about to go to the first city on this trip to which I have been before - Krakow, Poland.
... was not part of the tour package), and I ended up in a non renovated room. Soviet style bathroom. Piping on the exterior of the wall. Pink tile. No marble. But, surprise, a real mattress and much more comfortable than the one from the plush room.
The city of Lviv was flourishing today. It seems on Sunday when people aren't attending mass, that they are out and about, enjoying time in parks, on promenades and in coffee houses. Lviv is ...
... in nearby Poland. Most of lviv's Jewish community was destroyed, so if you really want a haunting experience in this city, you can follow the simple granite plaques that mark where synagogues used to stand, or where other significant centers of the jewish community once stood. In contrast to a sublime afternoon in the quaint centre of the city, less than a kilometer of walking behind the magnificent opera house lead us through everyday working class Lviv to where a looming, ...
... our passports, then the Polish border control stamped passports, then the Ukrainian immigrations officers confiscated our passports for a while and returned with them after about 20 minutes (stressful). The whole process took about 2 hours, which is obviously a pretty solid portion of our 6 hour train ride/night of sleep. Needless to say, we slept for about 3 hours in total. The worst part is that we had to take the same train back from Lviv to Krakow, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet