. The location of RSC Olimpiysky is just the city centre, not somewhere north of the city.
. Shaxtar have never won USSR league.
What you have written about, were two second spots in 70s. :rollani:
. I have no clue what that Google map intended to show, some village in Central Ukraine hundreds of kilometres away from the city??
. It would be wise to get to know a train from Kyiv to Donetsk or backwards would run at night (for approx. 12-13 hours).
. Ah, and it's usually pretty much safe with ice in drinks obviously if served at a respectable place.
. 'As with all EU states, 112 is the number for emergency services.
' - BS. Ukraine is not an EU country and it uses its own emergency number plan.
for firemen, 102
for police and 103
. Once again, Shaxtar Stadium is located rather to south-west from the city central area... :smileani: But this is pretty much central district as well.
. For eating, Shynok has its location at Artema 127; also one would wish to visit Quartier Latin at Artema 92.
Oh, everything is located at Artema you see, incl. the stadium itself.
. Your hotels, right choice: Central Hotel - Artema 87; Donbass Palace - Artema 80. :hopeful: I think Hotel Ukraine (Artema 88) shouldn't be an expensive option: use at your own risk.
. Trolley-buses and trams are veeery slow.
Never jump in but for curiosity.
. Currency is not exchanged for a small fee, currency is exchanged free of charge. :smileani: And yes, rather leave your AmEx at home. :embarass:
. see 6, don't dial 112.
. By the way, it seems guys there on island don't imagine one should dial 8 for domestic calls, not 0;
one should dial 810 for international line, not 00;
and one can dial local number directly if not otherwise directed by local provider.
So, +44 20 whatever = 810 44 20 whatever, from any phone in Ukraine. :smileani: