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Just as a random observation, and perhaps someone can shed some light, I saw no less than four sets of brides and grooms taking pictures around Kyiv on this particular Wednesday afternoon. Is Wednesday a popular day to get married in Ukraine? So curious!
Back at the hotel I packed my bag and headed to The Strand hotel restaurant to grab a bite, as I had only eaten a granola bar, and a slice of poppy seed cake that ...
... chested, after giving the shirt off his back to his Ukrainian comrade. There's a great view from up here. We can see Podil on the right bank. Kiev's most popular site for weddings, St. Nicholas' Church, sits on the water. The Left Bank is newly developed. Only 300,000 people live there. Victoria shares a famous quote about Kiev by the French author, Honore de Balzac. I can't seem to verify this with any online sources, but it's an apt and pretty comment, so ...
... as well as my pate toast. After breaky I headed out on my own to the train station to get my ticket for the train to Lviv tonight which was slightly complex but all good after I went into the correct station… After I got my ticket I headed back on the metro to the main square to go to the post office and buy a few postcards and such. Next I went to do a bit of sightseeing and so wandered up to the St ...
... you since once we buy an item we don't want to know that we could have bought the same thing for cheaper elsewhere. It saves us buyers remorse.
Bathroom: Clean and well kept; a not-to-be missed stop.
Outside the church grounds on the the square are two more more things that I want to talk about. The first is a ...
... lettuce nostalgic for its youth. While dining, I check a local Web site's section on Kiev museums which, along with a comprehensive list of places devoted to history and the arts, lists intriguingly a 'Sewage Museum' and a 'Toilet Museum' which the blurb says offers 'informational stands with pictures which show the evolution of backside beginning from the ancient cultures.' I pay for my breakfast, adjust my course and am soon standing near ...