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Unfortunately, our planned pick-nick in the botanical garden was a bit of a bust. Somehow, the scale on our map was rather misleading, so after a two-hour hike we finally found the entrance to the park, which turned out to be the exit, and no way the security guard was going to let us in there! So we settled upon the park by the Olympic(?!) stadium, where we enjoyed a lovely lunch with some of our favorites: picked veggies, nuts ...
... have had only one university to go to... but i doubt now whether i really need to fight.
6 - the technics are out of question though, i really want to do it, and i'll do my best to be selected for that. I'm doing my every attempt at the trainings, and will go on striving for the place.
7 - Don't fall lower the line of 48 kg then, if i'm not sure that i'm going to do massogi at the championship.
That's all fo now, i'll add some points a bit later.
... John even played the 1812 overture to add to the experience. Hitler also took this route and there are a lot of war memorials along the roadside. We stopped at a roadside motel around midday for lunch which was included as part of our tour. We were well fed with a salad, a traditional soup, pork schnitzel and then cake and coffee. We drove straight through the Russia - ...
... places. Just about dozed off when my phone rings. It's 0130hrs my time. It's my brother-in-law. He never rings so there must be an emergency, especially as my sister has nipped over to Paris for the day on Eurostar. My first question is "What's wrong?". Sister is stuck on Eurostar somewhere in France due to electrical fault and she's been told they won't be into St Pancras until the early hours of tomorrow morning - some ...
... and leave. Minsk was very clean, had lush green grass, and was very quiet - but almost too quite.
Independence Square, the largest and most central square, is lined with buildings that exemplify Stalinist, neoclassical architecture and a statue of Lenin stands in the corner. Colorful banners were flying in the square in anticipation of Victory Day, the victory of the Soviet Union. However, underneath the square is a giant shopping mall. Minsk is similar to Kiev in that ...