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... were assembling an ice skating rink. Christmas is celebrated on January 6th in this part of the world (Georgia and Armenia).
I went back to the hostel and got dressed for the Opera - La Traviata by Verdi. The opera included a few dozen cast and a live orchestra. The opera house was probably only 20% full despite low ticket prices (my ticket was just under $12 for the front row of the balcony). It was a great show that lasted 3 hours with intermissions.
... in the sky. I tried to think, what did the shape of the snowy parts remind me of?
-----I found my answer! They reminded me of a boat. An ark.
-----Maybe Noah really had landed there!
-----Probably not. But, the Moses Oddyseus came close enough, in 2013, to reveal his final five commandments. They were, of course, the laws of the "Romantic Revolution":
-----"Thou shalt know the truth - that thy soul will live the lives of all other people - ...
... staff person ironing something in the hall on my floor so I asked her. She asked me where my key was (in Russian). I pointed inside the room. She seemed upset by that - well, so was I, but I became even more upset when I verified (in Russian) that there was only one key. She called and either the telephone greeting here is Zorro or the desk manager's name is Zorro - or something like that. Well, I went downstairs and upstairs a few times, until I saw ...
... the bottom and into the little paper sack making it all quite greasy. So we arrived in Yerevan at 3:30 am after a 3 hr flight.
I spent some time trying to get my visa - first I got some money changed - the man misinformed me about how much I would need - I hadn't found an ATM on this side of the airport so had to change US dollars. I had to start a second visa application because I started filling in my birth date instead of visa issue date - then I noticed ...
... Tbilisi a little better. That is not to say however, that I did not have fun in Yerevan, because I most definitely did. On the whole, my time in Yerevan is defined more by a little relaxing and meeting new people than about sightseeing. The first two nights I stayed at Yerevan Hostel, which was filled with travelers from all over the world, and it was great to talk to all of them. There, I met Chris, a Canadian guy who has lived in China for two years and ...