Best Eastern Intourist Hotel - Brest
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After a fantastic nights sleep on the train from Amsterdam I arrived in Warsaw. I left the rain behind and arrived to warm, sunny weather. Warsaw is lovely - the old part is old and the part around the station a real mixture of old and very modern. After coffee and lunch - oh, and a slight panic that I didn't know what time it was in Warsaw - I found my way back to the station and onto the train bound for Moscow. It is a Russian train! My compartment friends are both ...
thank you for your proposal to write a travel guide to Belarus for Bradt publishers. I read your manuscript with great interest. I agree with you that our competitors Lonely Planet and Rough Guide are remiss not to have a guide in their portfolio dedicated solely to this wonderful country, and we thank you for choosing Bradt Travel Guides as your desired publisher.
However, I do have some essential points of critique that ...
... lining moving and dishevelled and tramp like I am ready for the off. The first 120 miles continue with rain rain and rain the equivalent of being jet washed continuously,with no protection no screen on the bike soaked to the skin as I arrive in Brest. A quaint slow moving pace town on the Belarus Poland border. I follow the signs yellow triangles to the border, ten minutes later two roads closed due to road works and ...
... amp; 100 rouble notes that aren't a lot of use to anyone else in my change, a good trick to play on the tourist...however if needed I can use my wallet as a stepladder!!
I spent today on the road heading for Brest, it's about 350 miles and I had planned on doing it over two days. I'd been navigating by maps as my Satnav doesn't know Belarus exists, and with my sense of direction that is fraught with danger. ...
Secondly, I want to introduce myself a little bit. I’m almost 23 years old girl from Poland. My hometown is in the east of the country (30km from Belarus although I have never been there). Everything started thanks to my friends who encouraged me to move for a couple of months to Slovakia for an Erasmus programme. It was in 2010 and since then I cannot stay in one place during more than a couple of months, all kinds of trips are higly ...