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- Continental Breakfast
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... warp. Shops selling expensive linen products, expensive shoes, suits dresses and blown glass, icecreams and liquor and the enormous Town Hall looking like a Roman building with huge plastered columns and imposing steps, dominating the town square. Here too is the information centre and we grabs some maps and check out the canoeing we have read about, down the large or small rivers that divide the Old city from the new. sounds fun but it turns out the big ...
... Minsk. It leaves tomorrow at 8 am and I arrive at 10:30. I'll probably sleep the whole time. I made plans to go to dinner with people in my hostel. I also met the girl from the Netherlands before so we could talk for a bit. It was a good night. We went back to the hostel afterwards and just relaxed. The girl from kazakstan asked my opinion about her eye. It looked normal but she has pink eye according to her symptoms. I ...
... and finally gave in and got up for "breakfast" at one. We soon discovered that the hostel had a massive TV with over 70 pages of saved films so that was the rest of the day pretty much written off! We watched Sherlock Holmes before deciding that we really should at least attempt to leave the hostel once (and plus we were out of food!). We wondered through the old town, passing the town hall and the Cathedral before finding a shop and heading back to the hostel to cook ...
... clothes at GO9.
Finally, I returned to the vegetarian restaurant called Vegafe and NOT Raw Raw which is a more formal and vegan restaurant next to it. I made a mistake yesterday with the name yesterday. Vegcafe is a casual, vegetarian restaurant.
... We stumbled upon some volleyball and generally took a look around. We spent the afternoon at the KGB museum which was fairly grim as you can imagine, so relaxed in the park afterwards with coffee. Julia checked out some cool op shops and we wandered through the non touristy part of the centre lined with trendy bars. We went to Šnekutis for dinner, a small filthy pub run by a man who you can't see where his long hair ends and his ...