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... be held 3 times a week in french. Since 1, October.
I've had a level of french which allowed me to explain more of less my point and answer the questions on history at the interview. That means that i succeeded in my preparation!
I'm goingto have to combine the two univesities's classes, and my taekwondo trainings and future participation in EU Championship somehow...
1 - i've nothing that's really difficult for me to handle at uni (mslu), the ...
... cardto buy his lessons. I'd like to have and study them so much! It's genious. And it is a real pity Belorus is not in the list of respectable counties. (can only guess why not)
3) + what surprised me was the fact that as soon as i decided to work on this project of mine (british accents) every day it happens just like magic: i meet people who offer their help, or just interested in my studies, who try to support me and ask to ...
... that they’ve transferred our booking to another cruise ship…..which allegedly is sailing. It actually looks better so a free upgrade…..if Egypt is a goer that is. Final decision when in Jordan in a few weeks.
As I head back I walk past Minsk’s top hotel and see a crowd with cameras. It’s the same hotel I’d popped into this morning for a quick nosey to see the lobby atrium. There’s something going down. I ...
... to Minsk, I was of the belief that my visiting Belarus was contingent upon my receiving of a Belarusian visa. Everything I had heard and read said as much and so I headed to the Belarusian consulate in St. Petersburg and applied for a visa. The application made me laugh, as it wanted to know exactly what I planned to do in Belarus and my exact itinerary and I needed to buy my plane tickets in advance and get a letter from my hotel certifying that I would be staying there the ...
... been given too much change. Woo hoo, screw you Belarusian bureaucracy, we won this time!!!
In Brest we visited the Brest Fortress which was under siege during World War II (the Great Patriotic War). It was massive and so soviet, which was obvious as we entered through the massive soviet star at the entrance, to the tunes of a very soviet marching band.
We were also lured to Brest as it was close to the UNESCO world heritage Belavezhskaya Pushcha National ...
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15-201 Storozhevskaya Ulitsa, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $46
31 Pobediteley Avenue, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $44
11 Nezavisimosti (Skoriny) Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $213
39 Pushkin Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $122
19 Masherov ( Pobediteley) Avenue, Minsk | 2 star hotelfrom $118
59, Pobediteley Ave, Minsk | 4 star hotelfrom $216
13 Kirova str., Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $232
Internatsionalnaya Str. 28, Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $348
Brilevskaya 2, Minsk | Hotelfrom $106
11 Gazeta Pravda Ave, Minsk | Hotelfrom $95
81 Partizansky Ave., Minsk | Hotelfrom $74
Azgura 3, Minsk | Hotelfrom $43
Yanki Kupaly 25, Minsk | Hotelfrom $120
Staroborisovsky trakt 4, Minsk | Hotelfrom $42