Atlant Hotel

Address: 27, Koryatovicha Street, Uzhhorod, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 27, Koryatovicha Street, Uzhhorod.
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      Moving to the Village

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      ... br> Let me walk upon the waters
      Wherever You would call me

      Take me deeper than my feet could ever wander
      And my faith will be made stronger
      In the presence of my Savior

      I will call upon Your name
      Keep my eyes above the waves
      My soul will rest in Your embrace
      I am Yours and You are mine

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      Our Second Visit to the Orphanage

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      ... gifts and instead proceeded to juggle the oranges. Uncle Dan will have fun with her as he is a great juggler. We had contests to see how long we could stare into each other’s eyes without blinking. We made funny faces at each other to see if we could get the other one to blink which made us laugh.

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      The Fateful Day

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      7 comments, 7 photos

      ... kebabs, yummy potatoes smothered in bacon fat, and a local popular soup with pork and tomatoes. We had a feast.

      Kostya, our translator, said he felt like a Yankee in a Southern, laid-back town in the U.S. He wondered how people had time to have festivals and enjoy themselves and why they weren’t working. Turned out it was the day this town celebrated their patron saint, thus the festive atmosphere. Kostya had never been in ...

      Told Off by a Ukranian Train Guard!!!

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on May 22, 2013

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      Status Update 20:20hrs. We are sitting in our Ukrainian Sleeper compartment trying to work out how the bedding works...there are several possible combinations of racks, chrome flaps and slots. I think I am "on top" again. It could be a long night. The train bogies are replaced with Russian wide gauge at the Ukrainian border. This involves hydraulic jacks that lift up the whole train. Come back Easyjet all is forgiven. ...

      We meet the Hasids of Uzhgorod for Sukkot

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 19, 2011

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      ... evil Haman with his big ears. Then Mikhail proudly displayed an enormous shofar, the color of milk and chestnuts, which he blew for us.

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