Salute Hotel

Sichnevoho Povstannia 11A, 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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    Travel Blogs from Kiev

    Day out to Chernobyl

    A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 26, 2013

    59 photos

    ... and the other at 10 KM. On arrival we cleared the 30KM check point having stopped for the obligatory photograph of the signs warning you about all the hazards. We then entered Chernobyl town itself (15 KM from the Reactor site), the town is home to a couple of things, there are a couple of memorials and then home to the 3000 people who still work in the zone. That surprised me a bit as I thought the whole zone was abandoned, it turns out not to be so. I also discovered that the ...

    Old and new friends

    A travel blog entry by kburavlov on May 04, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... too. Uri and his wife Natasha have always wanted a baby and unfortunate health problems have always prevented Natasha from becoming pregnant. She loves children and is a teacher in a Ukranian preschool. I think God was just waiting and preparing them for what was going to happen this year. Natasha's sister was pregnant and got cancer. A short two months after the baby was ...

    Deadly Escalator!

    A travel blog entry by gizenadoption on Aug 09, 2012


    ... was crying once I freed him and his suitcase, but we're not sure if he was more upset about himself being hurt or because his suitcase handle got bent out of shape and can't be retracked. We kept asking him if he was alright, but he kept looking at his suitcase, crying and saying, "doorney hruby, Ya doomayou pyanee (crazy fat woman, I think she was drunk)".

    Once that tramatic event ended, we drove to the Canadian Embassy to pick up the children's visas and passports. The ...


    A travel blog entry by shane0620 on Jun 25, 2012


    ... to the UEFA Euro Cup Fan Village, a downtown street completely closed down by the shops and cafes set up. I watch some highlight reels from finals past and enjoy watchng some Germans play foosball. I peruse the souveniers, but with shirts starting from 100 USD I decide it's not worth i. There's some people in traditional Urainian dress minting coins with large mallets and ots of dancing, and a cafe dedicated to "Swedish people - the best on Earth". I exit slightly confused as to why all ...

    The Layover

    A travel blog entry by tomrohlf on Jun 16, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    My flight from London to Bangkok on Aerosvit Airlines had a scheduled 21 hour layover in Kiev (5pm-2pm). I guess that's what happens when you buy the cheapest possible long haul flight. Anyway, I was determined to make the most of my time in the Ukraine. After making it through customs I was thrown into what would become one of my more challenging travel experiences to date. While in the UK I found out that Euro 2012 was currently in the group stage and a ...