Victoria Hotel & Business Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the eyes should be fixed at the mid-part of the body, so that you can spot each movement of a person (either with a hand, or with a leg)
- never stop thinking, and observing the opponent, always be on alert
- don't get hurt, it's not much fun at all.
Now, let's move to the french thing.
(2) Franco-Belorussian Center:
I received a call today. From that Center. The man called to fix the date of the interview, which I've been preparing for during the ...
... doing sport orienting in the forest for the 1st time in my life. About 12-13 km running around in the forest, having almost drawn in a boggy swamp, where we got lost... but at the end it was fascinating to think what we had done.
5) My 1st time rowing and trying kayak-paddling. It needed too much balance i could provide after the 12 km of orienting.
6) It was the 1st time ...
... really know if they do. It's a bit like the UK I think, it doesn't matter who you vote for as they are all *****......
In the evening I met up with some locals I contacted through Couchsurfer.net, they were all youngsters who have a regular "English Club" on Wednesday evenings, I went along to that and had a very pleasant couple of hours finding out about Belarus. We then headed off to a bar......
That's pretty much all I remember....
... the strain. Very early check in at hotel and crash out until lunch catching up on necessary sleep. Open the bathroom door and find it's like a crime scene with forensic tape everywhere strapped across the bath, WC and basin. It reads in three languages "Disinfection is made". Well at least I won't be catching foot & mouth.
An orientation tour is required so jump on the red tour bus - you know, the one where you can ...
... Although it is a Russian Orthodox Church, there are no onion domes and the crosses lack the foot rest that one typically finds. A small area on the river has been rebuilt to show what 17th and 18th century Minsk looked like, and it is so different from the rest of the city.
Victory obelisks, eternal flames for the unknown soldier, monuments to those who died in the Soviet-Afghan war, memorials for the Jews killed in WWII, statues of Lenin...they ...