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After a 5 hours bus drive from Tbilisi, we arrive in Yerevan the capital city of Armenia.
We are super excited as we have a new country in front of us to discover - we don't know much about where we wanna go or what we wanna see (as our decision to come here was made the night before) but it doesn't matter, we will find out!< …
... beans in a clay pot. I listened to the music for awhile but felt a bit lonely and tired so I went back to the hostel at 10:30.
Sun, Nov 24
My main aim for the day was to get to Armenia but I had to wait until 1 pm until my van would leave. So, I relaxed at the hostel for a bit and then walked up to Rustavelli Avenue (again, it seems like I'm there multiple times everyday) to go to the National Museum. Exhibitions there ...
... up. I thought she was Armenian. We even spoke Russian together. But, no. She was from New York. She was living in Yerevan. And she invited me to stay at her place.
It was unusual in this part of the world for a girl to help a guy. But, thanks to Laura from New York - and the two Iranian brothers she lived with - I moved from a pub to a real apartment.
It was in an old, ugly Soviet building. "You're living ...
... and he assured me that he was looking for another key. I apologized a few times. He went and came back - success - he found a key and opened my door and pointed out my key on top of the mini-fridge. I remember his mentioning the key last night but since the key card was in its slot for electricity, somehow I assumed that it worked for the door and the key was for the safe which supposedly had a key (that I didn't see anywhere) and I didn't see any slot for ...
... would help, but apparently he didn't relate to maps well. At one point, after driving around - hopefully narrowing in on my hotel - and asking questions, he pointed in a parking lot and said there was the hotel at the other end. I didn't see my hotel...or any hotel for that matter, so I stayed in the taxi...I wasn't going to budge until I got to the right hotel. He was wanting money - in Armenian, in Russian....and I was wanting my hotel. Finally he found ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYerevan Hostel
it is a really small hostel - 2 dorms of 8 beds. so not too many people running around :)
The staff is really nice and helpful and it is a clean place in the center of yerevan.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.