Laura's Bed & Breakfast

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Stepanavan

    Step in Stepanavan

    A travel blog entry by cutiebanana on Jul 17, 2014

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    The time was escaping these two travelers and the conundrum of how to use it became more difficult. At last they decided that Stepanavan would be a nice place to see a bit of Lori Province.

    Alas, their marshrutka endeavors were not so smooth this time. They learned 'Stepanavan' in Armenian (Ստեփա 398;ավան) and easily found the correct marshrutka. As before, they climbed on and waited for the vehicle to fill. ...

    Border town

    A travel blog entry by p45 on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... 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

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    ... give up.

    One thing that is visibly different here is the new police station with big windows--sort of the symbol of a new transparency Georgia wants to have with its law enforcers. Actually, as I've heard, as part of its effort to get a clean start and be serious about Westernizing its country, the government just fired all the police officers, hired new ones, and put them in these see-through stations.

    1382. My Swim Across the Border

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 01, 2012

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    ... realize: here the river is the border between Armenia and Georgia--and I just crossed illegally into Georgia and back! Good thing it wasn't Iran, or this story could've ended quite differently. I continue on through one last peaceful village where I can finally get a good full meal, trade in my Armenian currency, and bid this beautiful country ...

    1376. A Relic of Better Times

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 28, 2012

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    ... Now Yerevan and even Vanadzor seem like the "land of opportunity" compared to life in the gorge.

    I continue on to the Tumamian, which unlike the mountain villages I've passed through, is a full size town. Only problem is I'm on the wrong side of the river. Soon that is solved--with the most rickety, sloppy bridge I've seen in a while--bascially just a couple of broken railway tiers and random sticks tossed on a couple of ...