Zhulyany

Povitroflots'kyi Avenue 92, Kiev, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kiev

Welcome to G-ev (otherwise kown as Kiev)

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad

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... our hotel was the main town square and underneath that is a large shopping center. Ivan, Vlad and Emilie went shopping down there, and to get money changed. This is where we saw some sights that had our eyes bulging and jaws dropping. Jean shorts that would make Kylie blush. Dresses with only slightly less material than a handkerchief which left nothing to the imagination. It was as though the girls were going out of there way to ensure everyone knew ...

We're coming home!

A travel blog entry by orysiukadoption

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... all the documents. Thank you to everyone who supported us at the February Family Fundraiser in 2011, we wouldn’t have been able to adopt Katya without your support! Thank you to all the family and friends who have sent us letters of support and prayers, they helped us through the tough times. We are looking forward to coming home to introduce you to the newest member of our family – Katya Diana ...

Kiev

A travel blog entry by shane0620

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... little bar: "Post Floyd: the Wall." I stroll by casually, thinking I might seek out someplace more authentically Ukrainian, but my growing hunger and curiosity gets the better of me and I head back and walk in. The bar is in a basement, and is all red bricks and mood lighting. Large prints of vry loyd album are the only art on the walls, and the only other clientelle are two tables of moody-looking locas, chain smoking and swilling liter after lier. I snag a booth, negotiating for ...

Where in the World?

A travel blog entry by jginsburg

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... will be the third week of my internship. Time has gone by quickly. Things have continued to go well and I am grateful for that. In response to an earlier question, people at the STCU speak Russian, Ukrainian, and English. Most people will speak in Russian to each-other (in regard
to work and at lunch) but they will speak English to me. I think a goal for me shall have to be to try to speak more Russian.

A big focus in ...

The worst airport experience ever

A travel blog entry by peregrinations

... us we had to check in with the machines.

So, we went to the machines. They did not work. I was ready to kill at this point. Tried to talk to a couple of other airport employees but they were also less than helpful. Finally, we found someone at the check in desk who was willing to talk to us --and this is Lufthansa, one of the best airlines out there. We had to weigh all our carry-ons. They were overweight. We had to check them, which meant that we had to ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Соломєнский area of Kiev, is near Saint Sophia Cathedral and Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square).
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