Victoria Hotel & Business Centre
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... gezellig is, with their plastic-tent-terraces by the side of the highway - excuse me - road.
On day 2 we were a bit more productive. We booked a rental car, got some information at the newly founded tourist information, bought tickets for our train back to Vilnius, and got some tickets to the opera, too. We then set out to see at the must-sees: the genocide memorial, the Palace of the Republic, the ГУМ shopping mall, ...
I haven't been writing lately as now to waste even a few minutes and invest them into the preparation for the entrance interview. Now that it's finished, i can put down the steps i've done so far towards my dreams.
(1) First: УРААА 40;А! I've entered the university, i've been dreaming of studying in since i knew it exists, Franco-Belarus Institution of Bordeaux 4. The lectures on the law, social sciences, histoty, economics, ...
... people tell about sleeping hours. That's really great if one can sleep about 4-5 hours a day. I'm sencerely glad for such people. But the fact is that i'm not to practise it, in no case. My heart & body needs about 7 hours. It's different when i'm not training, it used to be different when I hadn't had this weak heart, or it was enough for me that time. Not anymore.
2) + i'm studying really hard now that i have some basics
... search. I’d be no good on Ken Bruce’s Popmaster Quiz. As Depeche Mode look out of the lift a press photographer who has made it in to the lobby is trying to take telephoto images but is robustly (very) denied by hotel security who slap him about a bit. My camera discreetly slides back into its holder and I take a sip of cappuccino.
Late check out at hotel as train departs at 2120hrs. Dinner in the restaurant up the road only to find Depeche Mode ...
... perplexing, and I really don’t know what to make of my visit. I will start at the beginning. Belarus and Russia are two countries where visas are a serious matter (as we learned the hard way in Bosnia). The past semester students from my program took a train back to St. Petersburg from Kiev and didn’t realize the train went through Belarus. They were pulled off the train at the border, detained, and deposited on the Ukrainian side of the border. In the weeks leading up ...