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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 25 and it's the best move we made.
This is the cheapest country we've been in on this trip. The tram ride was 18 cents! A voice comes on occasionally on the trams in Ukrainian and English reminding you to validate your tickets and warning you of the hefty fine of $4 US if you get caught without a validated ticket. Uh, that's about half price of a tram in Stockholm.
Architecture here is Renaissance, Baroque, and Classic styles. There's ...
Before sitting down in this coffee factory/ it's really just a coffee bar I had to walk down down and more down with a safety helmet on, followed the process of making coffee down the stairs and had my favorite Prague drink, Becherovka :-) just couldn't help it. Another fancy bar was the lamp bar. Here I had a pan full of meet and potatoes to an ice cold unpastorinsert draft beer from the top ...
... before the final slow trudge to the nearest metro. Luckily for us, the beautiful white snow had now turned into a dirty brown, slippery sludge. What a lovely day to move. An uneventful train ride had us arriving in Lviv at 11:15pm. Being in a new city and not knowing what to expect, we decided to negotiate a taxi. He was trying as hard as he could to rip us off so we decided to start walking and look for a bus stop. ...
... Now to get the ticket. I went to the ticket counter, gave them my ID and my transaction and reservation numbers. No, not good enough. I had to have it printed despite showing them the email on my phone. The girl at the counter was nice however and gave me an email that I could send the booking confirmation too and she would print it. But I had no internet and there was no wifi and I even tried my 8pound per megabyte ...
... was dark and there were few lit parts. It didn't feel dangerous at all, just a soft glow to help you find your way. Some of the historical buildings were lit up. I watched one outdoor cafe where the patrons danced on a stage, I watched one waiter enjoy his ten minute break and throughout the city, couples young and old were being romantic to each other. Sitting on benches here, walking hand in hand there. A sweet, ...