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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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-----"Thou shalt be celibate."
-----"Thou shalt practice free love."
-----"Thou shalt accept all members of the opposite sex with kisses."
-----"Thou shalt include and welcome all people in thy family."
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-----And then, I began heading for Turkey. I was sure they would have something to say about the genocide.
... 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 ...
... t have my application when I got to the head of the visa line and had to rush back to get it. All that accomplished, off to baggage claim and then out past the non-existent customs and into the lobby looking for an ATM. I was harassed by would-be taxi drivers, but got my drams. I acquired a taxi driver but unfortunately I wasn't on top of things here. I should have been leery when he kept asking people for my hotel. I thought showing him the little map on my ...
... through Asia.
For my third night in the city I moved to Theatre hostel, in hopes of perhaps meeting some more people. And I did. At the hostel I met a Swiss guy named Vincent, who has been traveling through Asia for the last 9 months. Luckily, it was pretty easy to avoid confusion about our names, since his is pronounced in French, while mine is pronounced the right way.
That night Chris, Vincent and I went out to dinner together, to get some ...
... used to reach the pier where they escaped by boat. The Mongols thought that the priest had used magic to fit the entire town within the small church before turning the townspeople into pigeons so that they could fly away.
Stop 3: Noraduz cemetery is the largest medieval cemetery in Armenia with a large number of early khachkars (cross stone heads). Each stone carving is uniquely decorated with Armenian style Celtic crosses and depicts the story of death for the ...