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... br> side and got a great view over the city on a very sunny day. This is a much high spot than the fort and
Mother Georgia statue, we could look down of them.
D is busy repairing the car keys that have just about
died. L really hates these electronic
things. It seems that if it isn’t one
thing then it’s another. Quite
frequently the keys won’t send the
signal they are supposed to and this is a real problem ...
... common than the typical big bus type of tourist, you'll see some of us at what are traditionally considered to be higher-end attractions.
There was a rather diverse group on the tour, including three ladies from Iran, a group of four that included a couple living in Toronto but originally hailing from Paris and Yerevan, an Armenian now calling London home, and a Londoner who is volunteering in Armenia. I should also ...
... in the group we used to confusion to escape to the hotel. We did not have hangovers, and could therefore go on our Lonely Planet walking tour... it was nice to go it alone today.
The walking tour took us on the metro, which had an Oyster type card, passed the beautiful opera house and parliament buildings, through Liberation Square, into the old town and up to the Mother Georgia monument and fortress, unfortunately the cable car back down was ...
... it reminded him of Bariloche in Argentina and I agreed that the buildings were reminiscent of Bariloche but whereas Bariloche was bustling - this was not. And it brought back my feeling that a lot of what we have seen of the Armenian private buildings are drab and not particularly appealing. These were actually nice but lots of others are not so nice. The public buildings and monasteries, however, are usually very nicely done and have flowers and ...
... to go pick up my visa, and he had the company car available, so we hopped in Camry and headed to the embassy. The guy at the embassy told me I had to pay for the visa at a bank in a different district. The funny thing is that in order to pay for my visa, I would need to use a local Kazakhs Id to do so. Luckily, Yerlan was with me and we went to the bank and he used his id and everything went smoothly. The embassy has a strange practice in place, and for some reason they ...