Hotel Tourist

Address: 81 Partizansky Ave., Minsk, 220026, Belarus | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 Partizansky Ave., Minsk, is near Khatyn Memorial, Marc Chagall Home, Marc Chagall Art Center, and Smolyany.
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      Travel Blogs from Minsk

      Joanless in Minsk

      A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Dec 06, 2014

      11 photos

      ... who chose to go in January you fool."  My next visit was in July and the weather was perfect - I hit the one week of summer.  And now I'm back.  The temperature is holding steady at about -10 degrees C and a little colder with the wind chill which always seems to be blowing in my face no matter which direction I am going. First let me describe the people.  The younger they are the friendlier they are. Very few ...

      One more little step.

      A travel blog entry by k.v on Sep 06, 2013

      1 photo

      ... 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' ...

      Belarus is waiting for Depeche Mode

      A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 28, 2013

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... 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 ...


      A travel blog entry by farran on Jul 08, 2013

      3 comments, 27 photos

      ... 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 ...

      There and Back Again: A Belarus Story

      A travel blog entry by jginsburg on May 02, 2013

      3 comments, 48 photos

      ... the 6th and 8th centuries Slavs first settled in the region. In 1240, when the Mongols came from the East, most of Belarus was left unscathed, and that is perhaps where the name comes from (Belarus translates to “white Russia,” white perhaps referring to ethnic purity). In the 14th century the territory was incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (the dual state of Lithuania and Poland). For 400 years Belarus was not under ...