Absolutely gorgeous view out the balcony window--makes me feel like I'm in the woods
Views of kitchen and dining area
The view on Kreschatik--people out walking, sitting on benches chatting
Many of the buildings are marked like this with name of street and building number posted somewhere on the front. Our apartment was on Lesi Ukrainky, building no. 10
Then we headed on Metro to see the Chernobyl Museum. Oh my :( I so wish I could have read the exhibits or that their books-for-sale were in English. We found out that a person can arrange ahead of time for an English-speaking tour of the place. We did get to hear a bit of the English explanation that some other people were getting. But just looking at the pictures was quite sobering. I will have to do more research on that disaster.
The last tenants of the apartment left cherries and strawberries in the fridge, some cheese spread and some sliced ham. We also found two fresh loaves of bread and some eggs. Cool!
The apartment we move to tomorrow is supposed to have a computer. Obviously we are not unpacking much!