Archive for the Tag Lviv
Two days walking through Lviv were kind of enough: On the old market square everywhere marriage couples with jumping around photographers and camera men. The old town is the only place where road is good enough that girls could run around with their wedding ultra high heels. read more »
“The Kosmonaut Hostel is easily the most central, helpful, relaxed and convivial place in town. It’s all about atmosphere” – we read in the guide. Because it’s all about the atmosphere – we decided to go there. Reading more about washing machine and wi-fi – we were more and more sure that it’s place for us. Not so easy to find it in the backyard of Sichovykh Striltsiv street (Tom finally got into by the balcony) but – as Australian owner explained us – “if somebody cannot find this hostel, maybe he shouldn’t be guest of Kosmonaut?”. read more »
Let’s go outside of the town! Lonely Planet recommends Kremenets castle and situated not far from there Pochayiv Monastery. So we jumped into the car, together with Neil, my British friend who came to visit us in Lviv, took chocolates with us and started. read more »
Because we decided not to make too long car driving every day – we still had one stop for night in Poland, in the middle of the way Cracow-Lviv. Visiting Zuza’s parents in Trzebownisko, near Rzeszow was like coming back home, under care of somebody calm and familiar. Drinking, like at home from Nescafe cups (every good Polish family has some of them;), having some kids-talks, watching 12th episode of Lost before going to bed.
We’ve got eggs and pickles for the way (together with jam and bread from Radom makes already good breakfast), repacked car once again (practice makes perfect) and headed to the border. read more »