Olimpia Yerevan

Address: 56 Barbus Street, Yerevan, 375028, Armenia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56 Barbus Street, Yerevan.
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Travel Blogs from Yerevan


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 05, 2015

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... theatre. The show was not bad. The boys did better than the gals, their athleticism outshining the elegance of the ladies. People were told not to take pix but many did, including Lawrence of Arabia and the boring newbie with the Windsor Witch.

Thereafter was a mess. The idea of heading off for dinner got all screwed up when Dave hung around too close to the exit. Michelle d/n like Tina Talks Alot and what use were the others? I walked to the Cascades, ...

Armenia: Proud People of a Lost Land

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 17, 2015

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... war torn history. David spoke perfect English and possessed the happy skill of being able to provide us with an invaluable insight into the Armenian way of life in an entertaining yet informative manner. At times, I thought David's demeanor and mannerisms were very "Israeli". Indeed he was deeply interested in the Israelis and had travelled there just before our visit. Little were we to realise just how close the parallels are between both ...

The Caucasus - A Historic Timelime

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 17, 2015

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After a decade of unsuccessfully fighting for independence, the autonomous region is now firmly under the control of its Russian-appointed leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, although separatist groups continue low-level guerrilla attacks.

* A satrap was an ancient Persian province

Episode 19

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Oct 18, 2014

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... br> All along this route a water channel paralleled the road until around Yevlax where we crossed the major river and passed through some very arid hills that are also picturesque. Then we came to an area of broad acre farming where large tracks of land were laying in fallow, perhaps they will be planted with winter wheat shortly. Around Goybulaq we rejoined the valley we’d initially travelled through when we first entered but on a different road. ...

BL #47: Meet the Armenian Dali

A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 18, 2014

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... cafe culture, or a cool art and museum scene.

The Sergei Parajanov Museum was recommended to me by a couple of other guests staying at the hostel, who described it as being funky, and almost Dali-esque. Anything even remotely reminiscent of Dali is more than intriguing to me, and made the museum a priority today, despite not even knowing the smallest fact about the man. While he was firstly known as an avant-garde film director, it's his artworks that he ...