Rynok Apartament

16/10, Rynok Square, Lviv, 29020, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

Self-indulgence has reached the maximum point

A travel blog entry by akizukichan on Jan 07, 2014

... was really really comfortable. The guy was very gentle, yet passionate at the same time. I did not feel awkward or stressful or worried at all, as I was already so drunk, and I got so aroused because of his touching. I was touched before by my ex boyfriend, but both of us were too cautious and scared to go any further than just cuddling. I realised I liked to be touched so ******* much I even shamelessly told him to touch me. And guess what, I don't regret ...

Many Weddings and a Baptism

A travel blog entry by phileus_fogg on Aug 12, 2012

32 photos

... and what you should do along the way. The first step was taking a local train from Brest to Zabolattya (a station just across the border of Belarus in Ukraine. They described that the Belarussian immigration and customs would come aboard the train before crossing the border so you can get checked out of Belarus. They also recommended that once they left the train you should get up and stand near the exit of the train, which just so happened as soon as they ...

Around Lviv

A travel blog entry by dial on May 26, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... 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 ...

"A Mixture of the East to the West'..."

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 08, 2011


... their fiercely nationalistic stance. The city is an obvious bright spot, and focuses on arts and culture. It probably won't take visitors too long to learn the names of Ukraine's literary and cultural icons - Taras Shevchenko, Ivan Franko and Lesya Ukrainka. Here more than anywhere else I've been on this trip do people speak foreign languages. I think Russia's issue is that it is the great behemoth that leads what language people speak in its sphere ...


A travel blog entry by rudyvrana on Jun 26, 2011

... where this problem is coming from.

Beverage prices in U.S. dollars:

Bottled Water: 50 cents (carbonated options the same price)
Beer: 60 cents - $1.15
Juice: 80 cents (many juice options like cherry, pineapple, apple, mixed fruits, etc.)
Vodka: $3-4 for a nice bottle
Coffee: 60 cents to $2.50

Also, you don't have to worry about tax. You see the price and that is what you pay! .

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