one can take bustrips to several interesting places.I did a Ivano Frankivsk excursion to a monastery, while it was minus 0 C...wow cold and lot of snow, but it was interesting anyway. The driver also was our guide but in Oekrainian language, didnt understand a word, after seeing the chruch we went for a "dinner"... some soup and patatoes with some...more
The first time i visited my cousins and i went out a few times.
Its completely different with Holland...The so called clubs cloes at very early ..23hrs!
The first one we went to had some good modern musicbut..there was a stage and the room was filled with chairs like a cinema, never saw something like that. no smoking no drinking inside! Most younger people came here.
At the second (i forgot the names..i will ask next time..) in the middle there was a huge dancefloor, crowded with people of all age, walzing, doing foxtrotts and other dances.
no smoking either, but there was a bar in a room next to it.
The third place was an old military building if i remember well, here u could have drinks as well and some good music.
The last night before i went home we went to the theater, an very nice old building. On the programm some famous singer, we stayed for half an hour because i wanted to spend the last night with my family.
Dress Code: casual
you can find anything in the shops or at the "Rinok" (bazar) or at the small supermarkets, there are many.
Since there are so many tourists its needed.
cigarettes are amazing cheap only 60 eurocents per package! thats for Camel
Marlobor is a little more 75 cents still very cheap comparing to western europe countries.
there is a delicatesseshop which sells very good eat, several giftshps, several small supermarkets.
You can change euros or other foreign money in 3 banks in Ivano Frankivsk street
What to buy: anything
At my grandparents house i saw those pictures on the wall every timei came, after my uncle dimitri passed away i was allowed to take it home ,its a huge photo framed in old wood, in 2003 i only took the photo and in 2004 i took the frame with my by buss and now its in my own home in Eindhoven.on the left my aunt Ira and on the right my mammore
On the picture:My aunts Natalka and Ira on the local rinok of Morszyn.Its Natalka's sellingspace where she sells clothings and shoes, modern ones as well!Women are selling "moloko" (milk) fresh every day, almost on every street corner. On most markets/rinoks you can also buy fresh meat, fruit and vegetables, toiletries, clothing shoes etc. Once i...more
For me anyway. When u are standing in front of the Marble Palace u will see this building in the middle of the park.Some friend of my mam painted it for her from a postard and this drawing was in our home all the time when i was little.But i didnt feel or could imagine anything about Morshin before my fist visit.Its not a really beautifull building...more
When walking through the center and the park u will see the Budet like the above picture and near this building there is this place were locals are filling bekers, jerrycans etc.On the picture my uncle Dimitri, aunt Ira and i.The water is coming from a beauifull statue build in the wall.more