Salute Hotel

Address: 11-b, Ivana Mazepy St., Kiev, 01010, Ukraine | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Печерськ area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Kiev

    Down to the Last Minute

    A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Nov 05, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... papers on her desk and even around the office, but could not find their files there either. It was now 20 minutes over our appointment slot and we had decided on the first two children we saw. BUT, at the last minute, she left and came back in the office with the girls files that we had been looking for! They were available for international adoption!

    We will be leaving to go to the Transcarpathian region by train at 6:30 PM Thursday and ...

    You come on her breast

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 30, 2013

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... s only read this article because of its title….eh, BB). The climb upto the platform entailed climbing up a 30m cat ladder inside the arm which would be like an oven in today’s heat and once later on the ground looking up I’m grateful it was closed as I think that would have been too much like hard work in this heat.

    Walk through the parks to the Kiev Lavra church complex and see, I am told, the world’s tallest bell tower at over ...

    Day 41 out of 43

    A travel blog entry by florencewong on Aug 11, 2012

    ... ones with my friends that I am revisiting as I'm writing this, but all I can say is that I don't regret a second of this, and that I would recommend everyone to go backpacking/on exchange at least once in their lives. Other interns would agree with me that it's not your top choice on your holiday destinations list, and that cultural shocks definitely apply to this country, but ...

    Revisiting the 20th Century

    A travel blog entry by jginsburg on Jun 17, 2012

    12 photos

    ... I've taken at Brandeis, but it's really something to walk around Kiev and see the memorials to those who died in events now taught about in history classes. In class my history professor was full of snide remarks that suddenly don't seem so funny anymore. From Chernobyl to Babyn Yar to the famines - I think it is difficult to capture the enormity of some of those events in books and writing - with some things you have to see it for yourself.

    Chernobyl and EUROcup in Kiev

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 13, 2012

    54 photos

    ... and were soon being yelled at not to step on the grass. Apparently they have changed the asphalt 4 times but the grass is the same stuff that was here during the explosion and is therefore radioactive. To prove this there are Geiger counters that showed the grass as over 2 – the normal amount of radiation is less than 0.3. We then went and stopped by part of the man made river that was used for water for the ...