If you want to bring some horrible stories about wild Easter Europe and pictures prooving poor sanitary condition, Lazeshchyna railway station toilets is a place you must see. This was the most disguisting toilet I seen in my whole life - a hole in the groud filled with some materil I dont like to identify, groud covered somewhere by dry steady *** and somewhere by wet vivid ***, moved by gurbs. Whole place smelling terribly.
Fortunately there is no need to use that place - let whole clean nature be your toilet.
There are several "magazines" in Lazeshchyna - usualy "magazine" is something between shop and pub, where shop owner and assistant in one person meets neighbours (custommers) and you can drink a bottle of beer or soda water.
While shops slightly differ in offer and price, essential things you can buy in any of them to late night hours.
Two magazines were on the crossing of road to railway station and main road.
Also some more common pub-restaurant serving warm meal is in Lazeshchyna, unfortunately I dont remember location.