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Dream Hostel participating in the Tourist exhibition! (November 2011)
|Dream Hostel participating in the Tourist exhibition! (November 2011)|
Dream hostel had their own stand during Winter Sport Exhibition and Tourism Exhibition in Kiev in November 2011.
However to present a hostel to Ukrainian people is not an easy task. Local people, unfortunately, don’t know what the hostel is while in Europe the idea of hostel is used since fifties of the previous century.
Our staff had to be creative to get the local chance to get the information about the hostels itself and to present Dream Hostel and soon opened Dream House!
We showed the beds, mattresses, photos, brochures and our supermagic happy staff so that Ukrainians can view the hostel’s life without visiting the hostel!
Sincerely talking we have been the best on this exhibition and attracted a lot of visitors by showing kind and friendly atmosphere hostels do have!
So doesn’t matter if you are Ukrainian or traveller – you have your home in Kiev!
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Nikita (07.03.2012 13:33)
, I think we would agree that wide-spread Jew hatred was a fact of life in Poland, Lithuania and the Ukraine, and large temegenss of the population had no problem with what the Nazis were doing.Today is not the 1940's and it would be unfair to tar the modern populations of these countries with the actions of previous years, just as it would be unfair to do so to today's Germans.But facts are facts. My account of what took place at Babi Yar is historically accurate as I think you know, and the Ukraine still honors Chelmnistsky as a nationalist hero, a man who instigated horrific pogroms that murdered a third of the Jews in Eastern Europe.Thanks for the kind words on my piece on how our . I'm glad you liked it.Thanks for an informative and well thought out comment.Regards,Rob