Hotel Orbita

39 Pushkin Ave, Minsk, 220092, Belarus | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $128.00

Travel Blogs from Minsk

Back to the USSR

A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder


I knew something was up when people in Lithuania asked why I wanted to go to Belarus, a dictatorship, described by lonely planet as a visit to the old Soviet union. On the bus from Vilnius to Minsk I crossed the border and was greeted by a Belarus customs officer who graduated from the Stalin school of customer service. He looked like a brute who …

One more little step.

A travel blog entry by k.v


... that i know what to do.

(1) sit/lie/get down onto the ground
(2) relax; however stange it may sound, but the best way to achive that relaxed feeling in the neck and the body is to either cry or laugh. Never try and keep it inside! I used to do that a lot in case of pain, I would lie on the floor clenching my teeth so as not to start crying. But it does you more harm than heroic performance, ...

Back to reality. Part 1

A travel blog entry by k.v


... the training with the guys from the climbing gym.
22) Found out about the most suitable yoga type for me. Succeed in doing some difficult positions.

23) Haven't been eating eggs for about a month (as a part of vegetarianism), but desided not to go so deep in it, as the eggs we buy in a shop today don't contain an embrion of a chiken. They're not fertillized.
... to be continued ...

Interesting day, spent most of it on the road.....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... Minsk. Not a lot to say about the roads except they are generally in very good condition, but very long and very straight so ultimately boring from a biking point of view.
Did ride past a very interesting old building, not sure what it is, I'll do some research. Check out the photos, they are all geotagged so with the right piece of software ( you can see exactly where the pictures where taken.

There and Back Again: A Belarus Story

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... and during that period its language and culture developed independently. After the three partitions of Poland (1772, 1793, and 1795-96) it was incorporated into the Russian Empire. The Polish partitions were where Russia, Prussia, and Hapsburg Austria decided Poland no longer needed to exist and re-wrote the map and expanded their empires. In the 19th century Belarus was part of the Pale of Settlement, the area in the Russian Empire where Jews were allowed to settle (I ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 39 Pushkin Ave, Minsk, is near Khatyn Memorial, Marc Chagall Home, Marc Chagall Art Center, and Smolyany.
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