Travel Blogs from Lviv
... with wild mushrooms coming out of the forest but didn'tt have any luck ourselves.
After these relaxing and outdoorsy days we headed for L'viv, an old town in Western Ukraine with loads of Los streets, churches, and most of all cafes and terasses with local beer, coffee, ice cream and fantastic cakes. We walked around town, took a guided tour and spend a lot of time at these cafes just looking at the people go by while enjoying ...
... center because of the Jalta deals].
We also wondered about a long queue in the morning for an outlet. Our host told us that there the European second hand clothes would arrive as well as the 'unsellable' pieces. Later at the day we had a look and actually, these where good quality clothes. What makes European citizens think they are not good enough? I got a bad image of us western European citizens ...
... is great! Another café specializes in Jewish food. The menus have no pork on them and also have no prices on them because you are expected to barter and haggle with the waiter to come up with a price. If you bribe your waiter though, they will “sneak” over a pork dish for you. We didn’t have time to go in and try our haggling skills though so we are not sure how hard of a bargain they will drive. An odd piece of trivia is that L’viv ...
... the top of the building. So then, I thought, I'll go to the Jewish community center where they have a small exhibit on the Jews of Galicia (the province Lviv is part of). Alas, the only English speaker was giving a lecture on Judaism and was not available to take me through the exhibit. But, despite my various attempts to experience the Jewish community, I did get a great deal of exercise.
Eventually I met my tour group. The tour manager ...
... thunderstorms, beautiful woman as viewed from the world's most perfectly positioned balcony, the sharing of stories and exchange of cultural knickknacks that have all made my time in Lviv so enjoyable. But all that shimmers in this world is sure to fade away, and so, we said our goodbyes and headed in search of our own adventures - Thomas and Renaart to Poland, whilst I seek out the unfamiliar in Budapest. But we'll always have ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility