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... tickets left in 1st and 2nd class. I don't understand how I couldn't get a ticket. My only option was then to go to the train station early to purchase ticket. The rest of my time in Lviv I spent it in the famous coffee shop and chocolate shop. I got talking to a Polish girl from tinder. She goes to university there so she knows all about the city. She told me that I should definitely go to the coffee and chocolate factory/shop. She said Lviv is famous for it. I didn't ...
... about the situation that had stuck in my mind - she questioned what mothers would make of the situation. For Russian mothers their sons might die for Putin's ideology; for Ukrainian mothers their son might die to defend their country. We saw a group of police in blue camouflage uniforms getting into buses, young men in green camouflage uniforms were kissing each other goodbye at the train station. Street musicians were playing violins ...
... trouvant en bordure de la cité historique.
de nombreux bars souterrains , au decor et a l ambiance nostagique de la periode communiste et de la seconde guerre mondiale..se deploient au centre ville. c est le meme proprietaire qui a acheté, il y une dizaine d annees ses emplacements ..et le fait qu ils soient souterrains permet au prorietaire de gagner de la place sans payer une forte somme ...et pas de ...
... was fun, and went to wait at the bus stop where the shuttle to the stadium was supposed to be. Again, I waited and waited and waited. 30mins passed and I got impatient so I checked in my booklet about Kiev EURO info and it said tram number 5 also went to the stadium. The tram stop for no 5 was about 10mins away so I headed there and was relieved when there was one there about to leave which I managed to jump on. The tram ...
... when we arrived into Lviv, she helped me buy a ticket for Kiev. She even found my fuzzy hair hilarious, comparing it to the picture in my passport. She said I should let it grow till I stop travelling.......maybe till I leave Mongolia!! It was such a pleasure meeting Natalia and I like to think that I now have a friend in Moldova, either that or a stalker, haha (she'll be reading this, won't you Natalia!!).