And I am still alive. Health&safety do not know what they are talking about. You can leave sallo out in a summers day and not kill anyone who eats it!
More on this later.

The walk through the rest of the village took quite a time.
Included was a very nice chat with a Pani Christina, who even read me one of her poems.

The tram took me back downtown.
This must be the best deal in Lviv. 2hrivni for a ticket, or 10cents Canadian.

I started wondering about walking back to the hotel, as the tram/bus map is impossible to decipher. Then thought I should take a cab. Ouch! Forgot the first rule: always negotiate BEFORE you get into the cab. To be honest it was only a few dollars Canadian, or, 50 rides on the tram!

Now am back in time for some supper at the hotel.
As there was a wedding in progress, they only had a limited menu, so I had the spaghetti bolognese.
When it arrived, I nearly sent it back. Looked like an appetizer portion, even by European standards. BUT, the dish was perfect. AND it filled me up. It was really, really, good. Best I have had in a long, long time. (Sorry Barry)

And thus endeth the first full day in Lviv