- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a local guide, and then settled back in to the main square for a few beers and a bit more of a perv. Later we moved to the brewery, and found the most awesome German inspired beer garden in the whole of Glamour-viv. Ivan and Vlad both agreed that it we had found this place earlier we may never have left, but time was against us and we had to catch an overnight train to Budapest. Well, lets just say, the standard was not up to what we had ...
... to say the Belarussians were unfriendly but in the Ukraine, which also uses the Cyrillic alphabet they also have things written in the Latin alphabet as well, plus English is spoken a little more, but not a lot, of the people. Apparently in the last year a major overhaul of the tourism industry took place to prepare the country for the influx of tourists coming for the Euro 2012 soccer that took place in June and July. Two days in Lviv and now off to Kiev my final ...
On this visit to L’viv we decided to stay at one of the big old Communist era hotels in the downtown. This hotel was quite the place… We were in one of the original rooms that had not been updated (or possibly cleaned) since Brezhnev was General Secretary of the Soviet Union. I tried turning on the hot water in the tub and just got a wheezing sound from the tap so I tried the hot water in the sink and ...
... got off at the correct stop and she pointed us in the direction of our hostel which was greatly appreciated. After a quick nap, we headed out to find some food and thanks to the directions of our hostel staff, ended up at the greatest restaurant ever! Puzata Hata (not to be confused with Pizza Hut) is a festival of Ukrainian comfort food served cafeteria style. We ended up going to Puzata Hata 8 times in 5 days and are still not tired of eating borscht, ...
... was immense and as I made my way through it like Carter exploring Tut's tomb, I saw wonderful things. There were two - that's right, count 'em, two! - weiners in the super dog. I just couldn't do it. God help me, but I had to throw some of it away before I made myself ill. So come one, come all! Visit this borderland city where people mix and have coexisted. Come see the art, the architecture, the culture...and the hot dogs. Canadians no longer need visas - you have no ...