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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... I did so. When turned around I noticed that my bag was slightly undone. I panicked because he got off at the next stop. I quickly checked my things and everything was ok. He hadn't taken anything. One thing I do is put all my valuables at the bottom and the just **** stuff on the top like, packs of crisps and bottles of drinks, so they would have to dig deep to get anything which then I would notice (hopefully) Once I was at the train station it was dead simple to ...
... the main form of Christianity in this region of Western Ukraine (and Romania) is either Orthodox or Greek Catholic. The Greek Catholic Church is a hybrid church that keeps the calendar and the form of liturgy of the Greek Church, that is Eastern Orthodox, but recognises the Pope as the head of the Church. This came about because someone in history wanted papal flavour for political reasons and got it by submitting the church to Rome. At the same time ...
... Guerilla war against the Nazis, Poles and Soviet Union". Firstly, you knock on a big wooden door which has a peep hole. The peep hole is opened by a UPA soldier who says "Slava Ukraini" (Glory to Ukraine). You must then respond "Heroyam slava" (Glory to its heroes). The door opens and the soldier pours you a shot of Medovukha (honey vodka) out of a canteen. You then descend the stairs into a military bunker where you can hold a machine gun from the 40's, shoot an air gun at a ...
... and if you have a ticket to the football you can ride free, of course I didn’t have my ticket yet but thankfully she didn’t check. So fiiiinally we arrived at the main bus station where I looked around aimlessly for a way to the stadium until I asked a stadium worker and they said I can walk there. So I did, I walked about 30mins in the boiling hot and voila… 4.5 hours after I set out to get to the stadium I ...
... The climb to the castle on the mountain was tough. Tough for my legs used to sitting (or lying down) watching the cricket. I start to wonder how long have I been wearing the same tshirt. The top was typical to most high view points. Packed with tourists and constantly getting in the way of cameras and poses. The top gave me a feel for how big the city was. To the south of the mountain, a sweet old part to Lviv. To the north ...