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... an LL Bean winter jacket and fit in very well. The food is outstanding. It is not a place for someone who insists on the Atkins diet but between trying to keep warm and walking to most places a few extra carbs are not a big deal. My favorite dish is a baked bowl full of sausage, other meats, potatoes and a cream sauce. Soups are a standard with most meals and I haven't met a soup that I didn't like. ...
... my body had to have another hour of yoga.
As for the steps in other areas:
1) - french - some history study de la France (continuing tomorrow)
- listening to podcasts in french ( Les trois metiers, acheter un biller du train, une histoire) for more than an hour
2) - english - the interview of the vampire, ann rice
- share some files and materials i have on the accents' ...
... tapas bar next door to hotel with a verandah so enjoy sitting out. There’s a chilled out feel to Minsk. It’s all rather relaxing. Loving Minsk.
As it’s Sunday everywhere is shut so walk along the wide boulevards to Maxim Gorky Park. Through the large stone entrance pillars, there’s a stage. With loud music and a girl with microphone. On the floor in front are about a hundred twentysomething girls doing dance aerobics. It’s all ...
... again!) and soon were feasting on a delightful lunch at a Lebanese restaurant.
Next we departed for our whirlwind city tour, starting with a visit to a memorial to soldiers who died in Afghanistan along a river, which also honored their mothers' losses of their sons. We then walked through the adjacent area where original buildings date to 1700's.
As we drove to the former Jewish section, our guides, both ...
... and during that period its language and culture developed independently. After the three partitions of Poland (1772, 1793, and 1795-96) it was incorporated into the Russian Empire. The Polish partitions were where Russia, Prussia, and Hapsburg Austria decided Poland no longer needed to exist and re-wrote the map and expanded their empires. In the 19th century Belarus was part of the Pale of Settlement, the area in the Russian Empire where Jews were allowed to settle (I ...