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Next, I walked to the fancy mall that was at the bottom of the hill of the park. The Dalma Garden mall appears to very new and they appear to be adding a huge condominium complex attached. For the fun of it, I decided to find out if they had any movies playing in English since all of the movies in this whole region from Krygystan to Armenia have been dubbed in Russian. In fact, they were going to start playing movies in English at this theater - a ...
... that we come inside. There was no sign on the door but we figured we were in the right place. We were in the dining and living room, where three tables had been set with nice tablecloths and settings. We had a fixed meal that included a drink of our choice (a wine glass filled to the brim with homemade wine), 5 different salads, fish baked in lavash bread (sort of a tortilla) with local spices and pomegranate. It was a great dinner in such a lovely setting.
... t, so they told me my stop had come before I expected it. Then I had a terrible time getting off the bus because it was so crowded. In the end, some people pulled me through and off so they could get on. I got my bearings and walked to the museum.
This museum was quite a find. It overlooked a lot of construction and a stadium and there were quite a few old style stone houses with wooden balconies on this end street. I went in the museum and almost into ...
... t talk to me; I thought he needed all his concentration for the difficult driving so I didn't talk to him. He said all he needs is Nescafe and he could drive forever ... or something like that.
I just remembered something that Nour told me: the mountains of Karabakh are pastures for herds of cattle and sheep. Some of the herders are semi-nomadic peoples from some other former Soviet state - can't remember which - maybe Dagestan?? Or maybe farther ...
... Armenian monastery located just northeast of the village of Hayravank along the southwest shores of Lake Sevan. The monastic complex is relatively small and consists of a church, chapel, and gavit. It is said that when the Mongols invaded the presiding priest at Hayravank struck a deal with the Mongols allowing him to save as many Armenian’s as he could fit inside the small church building. What the Mongols did not know is that the church contains a tunnel which ...
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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.
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