My first winter trip was an unusual experience. The route was set very randomly, but the important point was to arrive in Leszno, Poland. I always go back to this town because there are so many great people that changed me.
However, the first destination was Lviv, Ukraine. An extraordinary city which reminded me a lot of Polish architecture, taking into consideration that it was a Polish city before.
The biggest issue was -20 degrees outside, which was survived thanks to a big number of extremely thick clothes. I felt like I’m in the coldest place on the planet and thank the one who invented the McDonald’s where I spent a few hours in warm (i was so cold that I couldn’t search for another place).
I visited the Arsenal Museum-Музей-Арсенал, where I fell in love with war art of medieval period. I hate guns because in the wrong hands it becomes destruction of lives, but weapons that I saw in the museum left me speechless because of the structure and decoration on each and every weapon.
One day is not enough to thoroughly understand the city and discover all the beauty, therefore i plan to return again in Lviv, but with at least at 20 degrees up.