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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Yubileiny Minsk
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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... comes with everything. The architecture suits the landscape well. Minsk was 80% destroyed during WWII and rebuilt by Stalin. The Soviets rebuilt Minsk in a very efficient style. Buildings are not very tall which provides for a very open atmosphere for the entire city. The Metro system is very timely and efficient and most major streets are crossed by going under the street instead of waiting for a crossing ...
... us that Jews had been well integrated into Belarusian society, and still are. We walked around the Jewish section, with its very distinctive red brick architecture, and each house slightly different from the others.
Of course, the Nazis’ evil found its way into Minsk and we saw a pit which held a mass grave of Jews murdered during WWII. Although the sculpture shows Jews walking down stairs to the pit, Galina stated ...
... Well, according to the website, and the ‘In your pocket’ guide, our hostel was meant to be great and in a good location. Wrong!!! The place was deserted, falling apart, and we were the only ones there. It was way out of town, and definitely not what we had expected. ****, things were not looking so great so far for this weird country.
After a 45 minute journey into the centre of Minsk, we were still very confused. No one spoke English, all the signs ...
... symbol and there is apparently a great postcard in black and white somewhere that shows the symbol falling off to reveal the Belarrusian symbol underneath. Ah, a good ending.
There was a large university along one side of the square and a large building at one end which Andrei said was the teachers university which is where people went when they had failed at the other universities, like the engineering ...
... at the train saleslady. I am down to 5 minutes before my train leaves.
Tappety, Passport please, tappety, tappety, scan not working, must type in the numbers of the voucher, tappety, scan not working again, must type in visa number for Belarus, tappety. sigh of relief as she puts in paper to print, pulls it out and cuts it because it's a full size piece of paper and only used half of it. gotta save the paper. Puts in a ticket to ...