We watched a Ukranian team filming a musical scene in the town hall square. We watched the Lviv trumpeter play his tune from the city hall (a tradition begun in 2011, probably borrowed from Krakow,, but not a bad tourish ploy!) and then payed 20 UH to climb to the top of the city hall building for spectacular views of the city. On the way down we ran into one of Hannah’s students from Kostopil and her mother.
We noted a display by the city hall noting the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. From there we toured an amazing coffee company where coffee is ground and packaged on site and donned helmets to explore its cavernous underground where coffee is served and prepared with torch flames. Then it was on to a chocolate company where we each picked a few pieces of chocolate (mango was so good!) and climbed to the roof top tables to enjoy our purchases. Lviv is a great city to visit. I predict it will be a major tourist destination of Americans/Westerners once things settle down in Ukraine.