Staryi Krakiv Hotel

Address: 21 Shpytal`na St., Lviv, 79013 , Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

Our Visit to Lviv

A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Dec 02, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... have to encourage his congregation to consider adoption. Tom said he knew that we would be blessed even more than the girls in this process. Afterward, Bria shared that she had just sung in a leadership conference the day before (people like Condelleezza Rice and Bill Hybels were some of the televised speakers for it) and she had met a man who runs a large crisis pregnancy center in Kiev who was telling her that Ukraine is the 5th in ...

Farewell to Ukraine

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Apr 28, 2014

1 photo

... the conclusion of our tour at the hotel.

Our Farewell Dinner this evening is in a place called “Mason’s Lodge” which is across from the City Hall, and above a popular pub called “The Bunker.” We leave here with hope for Ukraine’s future, and gratitude that we were able to experience the country at this critical juncture in its ...

Love Lviv

A travel blog entry by kwoky86 on Nov 15, 2012

9 photos

... the oldest and smallest lady on the bus. Anyway we waited and waited and waited for her to get off the bus, we drove well past the point where me and Girihen thought we should get off the bus, but we have to stick to the plan! She eventually gets off at the very last stop about as far away from the city as you can get. Looking back this was a really silly person to pick as she couldn't beat a snail in a race, we even had time to go and visit an orthodox ...

Getting Closer

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Jun 02, 2012

2 comments, 26 photos

... about 88% ethnic Ukrainian, and Ukrainian is the dominant language.

What remarkably survived the war (and subsequent Soviet present) relatively unscathed is the old historical center of the town with its Baroque, Classic and Renaissance buildings, cobbled streets, squares and churches. I despise the word, but I found myself thinking of it as "charming," as I wandered and strolled around. If I ...

Where there's smoke...

A travel blog entry by shultz on Aug 19, 2011

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... viv just conserving energy after a bad night’s sleep and mostly reading. We boarded the train and while we were getting settled in to our compartment, a guy showed up in the doorway to the compartment (which it turns out, much to our surprise was a three person compartment) and told us that he had the third bunk. He was not going all the way to Budapest, just to the last town before the Hungarian border about four hours away. ...