Reikartz Park Hotel Ivano-Frankivsk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... roads had deteriorated so it was a case of slowing down and trying not to hit the larger one. The day was going fine even as I Started to go up into the mountains and could see the snow in the distance even when it was on the side of the road. All I was thinking is its ok as I was passing all these trucks and buses if they can go up and down this road then the roads must be clear so I can do it. Even as ...
... problem were the step descents on puddly rocks as my multifocal glasses made it harder to determine depth and the firmness of the ground/rock/mud in front of me. The path was used by herdsmen taking their cattle up the hills to summer pasture. This mean hiking through a bit more than just mud. Some muddy bits had deep holes from generations of cows walking in the same spots. The cattle wee obviously very adept at walking up step rocky paths as well. ...
... at Kiev-Boryspol airport, because the second flight was operated by another airline. The security check was also quite peculiar. It was conducted in a small room that could only fit one passenger at a time. So, the security guard would close the door to the security room and open it to let another passenger in, only after the previous passenger had finished their security check. After the security check, passengers are directed to ...
... of egg. It is plain and white and sitting in the middle of a fountain. It is broken on the top. The egg commemorates an ignominious incident during Viktor Yanukovych's campaign for the presidency in 2004. Someone threw an egg at him, and the projectile found its mark. Yanukovych collapsed and had to be ...
... the crack line should be barely visible. Anyway, the museum was basically just full of pysanky (as you would expect) and some of them were incredibly ornate. The top floor housed pysanky donated by many countries around the world, of which Canada (of course) dominates.
I tried something delicious in Kolomiya: a steamed cherry varenycky with vanilla cream sauce and dark chocolate shavings. We've eaten a lot of varenycky over the last week (of varying ...