This booking went well. It was nice to be able to take a bus from Lviv to Krakow at the small bus station 8 next to the train station and closer to the city centre than the bigger bus terminal. The bus arrived and left more or less on time, and the signage was in Roman/West European/North American standard script (being that the bus seemed to be owned and operated by a Polish company). Though it didn't have a bathroom in it like Greyhound buses in Canada and the US, the driver gave us a bathroom/smoke break every hour or so.
Although it took 2.5 hours to get waived through by the Polish Customs border guards, infobus.com did forewarn about this. I know that I would have had a harder time getting to Krakow if I had used the Lviv bus information from local sources (which were in Cyrillic alphabet and in Ukrainian), so infobus.com was a big help in showing me possible options for intercity bus travel in that part of Ukraine.
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