Penthouse Hotel & Hostel

Address: Koryun 5, ap. 33a, Yerevan, 0025, Armenia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Koryun 5, ap. 33a, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Fountain Square, and Gobustan Rock Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Yerevan

    Welcome to Yerevan

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jul 17, 2014

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    Rolling towards the capital, I could not help but feel how effortless this is. My thoughts are I) gratitude and ii) am I missing out?; sometimes the tough times serve the best lessons.

    In a sense, these three small countries embody how individual borders are ridiculous as is the division in the first place.

    Imagine no borders? Will someone in the ...

    Yerevan, Armenia

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on May 12, 2014

    17 photos

    ... sometimes he would just answer "the English Square" and that was your lot! I decided to do a different walking tour which a hostel runs.

    Last night was Eurovision night. A group of us stayed up late and watched it in one of the rooms. It wasn't as good without Graham Norton's commentary, but we tried to provide our own. It started at 11PM and I admit I didn't stay up for the results.

    I am so pleased the I did the different walking tour, it was brilliant. The ...

    Giving Thanks

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 28, 2013

    8 photos

    ... of the adoption of Christianity by Armenia. The first country to do so in the year 301. It was still pretty early and a couple hours until the 1:20 bus so I walked up a hill to get a different view of Mt. Ararats. From here, I could see just how close we were to the Turkish border - probably only 100 yards away. The barbed wire fence was very high and the only action was an occasional patrol vehicle. At one point, Mt Ararat was part of Armenia but during the Soviet ...

    GENOCIDE

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 15, 2013

    ... 5th, Jacobson wrote that soldiers had dragged an elderly Armenian woman down a long set of stairs, while she was exhausted. Ten local boys followed, laughing at her.
    -----I left Jacobson's first-hand account. I soon came upon a story of Armenian heroism.
    -----In the summer of 1915, in a part of the Ottoman Empire that was presently Syria, five thousand Armenians fled from their hometown and took refuge on a mountain. Their number included six ...

    Transportation Challenges

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 27, 2013

    104 photos

    ... could see the place with lights on. I hadn't known about the benefactor who is building an art museum to house his collection. In addition to the pieces of sculpture on the various fountain levels, he has lots more pieces inside next to the escalators. I took photos of quite a few of them. At the very top there was a Svarovsky Crystal Exhibit and a Dale Chihuly ceiling. That ceiling was the only thing that I was not allowed to photograph. Oh, well - it was ...