Museum's exhibit on Russian/Ukrainian war was moving. Afternoon visit to Petrykivka was cute - touristy, but nice to see.
Visited: Aug 05, 2018
The mooring here was beside a derelict and rather unsafe-looking building, through which we had to climb on many steps. Then a long, stony ramp down to the buses. The city is full of abandoned Soviet construction. All 4 buses arrived at the museum pretty much together and because we were last we had to hang about in a war exhibit outside for ages. The museum was fairly interesting but far too much time was spent standing around in this very hot building listening to the guide telling us about every exhibit. That took so long we had hardly any time to visit the church behind the museum. My husband didn't get to the church because of the walk. It would have been easy for the bus to drop off and collect those with walking difficulties from the rear of the church but very little provision was made for people with disabilities on this trip.
Visited: Jul 16, 2019
Exiting the vessel was a little tricky for people who don’t walk well. Excursion was good. Loved the museum
Visited: Sep 24, 2018
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