|Lviv Opera House|
Our arrival into Lviv was late based solely on knowing a hotel we wanted to stay at and the punishing condition of the roads. The Eney, an upmarket hotel near the Medical university was welcoming and we sat back on their patio overlooking their pool and had a very late supper of our favorite Polish/Ukrainian foods and for me washed down by Lviv 1715 draft beer. A big one for sure. I earned it. And it was sooooo good.
|Park on Svobody Plaza|
|Beware of Manhole Hazards|
|Old City Wall|
|Road under construction|
Filled with old squares, lots of Orthodox and Catholic churches and tons of uniformed soldiers with their soviet era hats we spent a day wandering the old town of Lviv and getting a flavour of this country. This type of travel is incredible.
We have enjoyed the old trucks and relics that still ply the streets today. This is a virtual time machine that we ride through everyday.
|An original Street car|
|Soviet Era Bus Stop|
|Beware of Potholes this LADA 128 fell in|
|Beast of Burden from early 50's|
|Typical Soviet Era Truck (seen 1st in Bulgaria)|
|stylish Footwear on Cobblestone streets|