Reikartz Park Hotel Ivano-Frankivsk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... 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. ...
... cost me the equivalent of 65 Australian cents I ordered some chips as well making the breakfast cost less than a dollar. Bata who is not a coffee drinker ordered a cappuccino and the waitress suggested ice cream to go with it. She agreed and an enormous serving arrived shaped in the form of a rose with pieces of oranges and peaches sprinkled around it. The bus was a 26 seater with another 20 people standing. Sitting in the back seat we bumped ...
... out from the Hotel, Alex waited with me a few minutes out side for the driver to arrive. I was picked up by a large Mercedes Benz van, similar to the Monit Sherut vans in Israel. But, the interior of the van was all leather. The driver did not speak English, but he would call Alex if he needed to tell me something important. After about ten minutes of driving, we stopped at a gas station to buy water. It seems that in Ukraine, many ...
... by one of the largest crafts shopping areas I can recall seeing anywhere. I complain that we aren't removed enough from civilization, so we make another stop in a more remote area to stretch our legs and take photos.
More beautiful scenery awaits as we drive to our final destination for ...
... on Ivan the Terrible, and skulked off to their cabin. Another train party ensued until we arrived early into Kolomyya in the Carpathian Mountains. Vlad and Ivan didn't know to expect, but we ended up at a fantastic b&b called "on the corner". If anyone is interested, search for it on trip advisor and you'll see how good this is. To get here we had to travel on the "special" Ukrainian roads. Fifty Km's on the highway took over an ...