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When getting off in Lviv (Lvov, Lwow or Lemberg in Russian, Polish and German respectively) Sasha and Dasha found themselves in a completely new environment. The streets were very narrow and paved with stones in the medieval way. The architechture was a blend of Polish, German and Soviet influences. The city centre was full of cafes and restaurants which made us feel like we were somewhere in central Europe. Alas, prices were Central European as well and we were ...
... road so it was a bit of a gamble if we would get through.
A Polish lorry driver was chatting in the road beside his truck and told us to go on through so we did. We made it to the front and were met by a young border guard somewhat unsure what to do with us.
First he told us to go to the back of the truck queue. Umh, so we turned around and slotted into the truck queue in front of ...
... the taste of beer.
The city centre of Lviv itself is a good two days of exploring, well in the summer heat of 30 degrees. I find myself at a leisurely walking pace, happy to soak up the different atmospheres of Lviv. I encountered three. A quiet tourist feel on the Sunday. A local romantic feel on the Sunday night. A a busy city centre on the Monday. All three were great to be part of and observe.
... on through more villages. The heat was getting pretty bad in the bus, and the woman behind me was complaining on her telephone to a friend, so I feel justified in my discomfort. We arrived into Lviv a little early, which defies reason, and I hopped on a city bus to my hotel. Now, let me make one thing clear. I usually stay in hostels because I can't afford anything else, and the only reason I stayed in the hotel in Kamenets was because it was a small town and I paid $30 a ...
Today we went back to the orphanage we visited yesterday and presented the Director with the donation that will put internet throughout the orphanage.
When we got there the children were just getting ready for their nap - all kids up to the age of 9 go for an afternoon nap. We spoke with the director and the lawyer and took some pictures. They said we were the first to give a gift commemorating 50 years since the orphanage was built, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center