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Nothing bad to say about it, nice room, breakfast was oK, staff as helpful as they could be. I'd go back.
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Didn't do very much today, had a lie in then headed off around Minsk, I'd love to show you some photos but I left the camera in the hotel..... I had planned to have another go later in the evening as most of the buildings are lit up. However I got a little sidetracked...
Minsk itself was pretty much flattened during WW2, it has was rebuilt to …
Left the hotel in Brest this morning very happy, as I was checking out they told me that as it was my Birthday yesterday they would give me 10% off my bill, if I'd have know that I'd have ordered another ***** and some more crack.....
Seriously, a Birthday present from the hotel, very pleased with that!!
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... and station guards. Big streets with lots of loud, smelly, but fancy cars. Large buildings - either over-the-top decorated or in dreary concrete. And ladies in high heels, short skirts, low necklines, wearing a big hair and an even bigger layer of make-up.
We were therefore surprised to find our hotel next to Minsk's cute little "old town", in a long row of shiny white apartment buildings that reminded me more of Dubai or Tel Aviv, with ...
I haven't been writing lately as now to waste even a few minutes and invest them into the preparation for the entrance interview. Now that it's finished, i can put down the steps i've done so far towards my dreams.
(1) First: УРААА 40;А! I've entered the university, i've been dreaming of studying in since i knew it exists, Franco-Belarus Institution of Bordeaux 4. The lectures on the law, social sciences, histoty, economics, ...
... in Belarus was a frustrating one. Indeed you are right, and yes Belarus was a weird and quirky country. But what really made this country for us, was the people we had met. We recently had discovered couch surfing, and were lucky to meet some locals in both Brest and Minsk. They helped us get around the language barrier when booking tickets etc, but most of all, we were given an opportunity to meet Belarusian locals who spoke English, and gave us their view on their ...