Laura's Bed & Breakfast

Ruminakan 14, apt. 8, Stepanavan, 1901, Armenia | B&B
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This B&B is located on Ruminakan 14, apt. 8, Stepanavan.
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    Border town

    A travel blog entry by p45 on Jul 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... euros so he had to go back through the border while they held his passport to the ATM and withdraw some Armenian Drums. The visa cost him 3200drums (around €5 ). He was walking back and forth and finally was let through. Meanwhile Ania was being questioned about the car and what we are carrying with us. One customs officer popped his head into the car through the window and spotted beer so started asking how much alcohol we have with us and if we have any gold. ...

    1383. A Crappy End to A Beautiful Superhike

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 01, 2012

    1 photo

    ... effort... Just wonder... what are all the old police officers going to do now that they have no jobs? Just wondering...

    It's time for me to go. I head out to the dusty intersection where there are a couple buses-- but they're all headed to Azerbaijan... hmmm... could they be for the few Azeris still living in Armenia? There'd be no other logical reason for a bus to Azerbaijan to originate from here ...

    1372. My Guardian Angel

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 27, 2012

    24 photos

    ... the path. There he waits for me, the takes the path to the right.

    Suddenly I realize what's going on... the dog is GUIDING me! Sure enough... a little ways forward, there's a fork in the path, and it waits for me, then shows me the way. Later we reach a muddy bog area, and the dog goes slowly ahead of me, looking back to make sure I'm following, then continues on.

    I must say, I'm pretty amazed at this. I'm not much of a dog person, but I'll tell you, my respect for ...

    Came for the bus, and wanted to stay for the bed

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 20, 2011

    22 photos

    We'd already caught a glimpse of the depressing city of Vanadzor on the marshrutka drive towards Yerevan. It looked so derelict and ugly that we tried all we could to avoid the city on our trip North towards Tbilisi, but sadly, the Armenia marshrutka-system did not really allow a detour over the much prettier (or so they say) beer-brewing city of Gyumri that I had wanted to go to.

    And so the microbus (no, not a marshrutka minivan, but an actual bus, the yellow American ...

    Where's the Armenian gingerbread??

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 19, 2011

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... We have found that the Lonely Planet correspondent for Armenia is sometimes somewhat.. overenthousiastic. The guy described the dreary post-industrial soviet town of Vanadzor as 'bustling', and led us to believe we would find 'cute gingerbread houses' in the 'little Switzerland' that is Dilijan. Sure..

    Monastery hopping

    As we arrived at our new hostel, another couple was just leaving with a driver to go and see a couple ...