Dili Villa Guesthouse

Address: 12a Myasnikyan Street, Dilijan, 3901, Armenia | B&B
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This B&B is located on 12a Myasnikyan Street, Dilijan.
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          Travel Blogs from Dilijan

          Living In The Forest - Day 38

          A travel blog entry by krisbolt on May 14, 2013

          4 photos

          Before we went to Dilijan, we stopped by a museum of literatures. It is an important museum for the Armenians. Especially with the school children. Alphabet in Armenia was invented by a man who wrote Bibles for the Armenian Christianity. It was quite interesting to see how the Bibles developed or changes over the time. BC and AD periods, they were in colours. As in colouring books. Beautiful illustrated pages. Also there is gifts ...

          Colors Of The North - Dilijan and Lake Sevan

          A travel blog entry by parleusted on Oct 27, 2012

          2 comments, 14 photos

          ... refectory with interlocking stone beams forming the roof.

          According to our guidebook, a particular image of the Virgin and Child has distinct Mongolian features - added to convince the next wave of Mongol invaders not to destroy the church. What are the chances of a future Gengiz or Timur sweeping through large parts of the world leaving death and destruction in his path ?

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          1379. A Night in the Mountains

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 30, 2012

          27 photos

          ... village about a home that offered lodging--I guess that might be my last comfortable option. So I backtrack to the edge of town and up a dirt road up towards the mountainside and ask at a farm house if this is the place... Sure enough... and they'll host me and feed me supper for a reasonable price.

          Looks like this is going to be a perfect day after all. Not only will I have food and lodging, but I'll be able to get a ...

          1375. A Beautiful Canyon

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 28, 2012

          25 photos

          Day 153
          3 hrs, 10.0 kms

          Back on the road, I'm quite happy to stick to walking on pavement for the rest of the way. Trails that turn suicidal? No thanks.

          I do a little sidetrip to a secluded little spot by the river. Then further on down, come a cross a cool little grill spot. A fellow and his will will grill up some meat that you ...

          1370. Not Quite Switzerland

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 26, 2012

          36 photos

          ... beautiful, but with a 6 euro a night stay in a mountain chalet, I think Dilijan just won me over!

          Since there doesn't seem to be much to see here in town, I decide to follow the road on north, where there should be a couple of towns. Who knows? Maybe I'll like this area so much I might even do another Superhike here!

          I walk along the bottom of the valley for a ways, but when a minivan passes, I decide to hop on and check out another large town in this ...