Armenia Hotel

Address: 20-th February Street, Building 4, Stepanakert, 375000, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 20-th February Street, Building 4, Stepanakert.
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          Episode 20

          A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Oct 23, 2014

          91 photos

          Episode 20

          Before reaching the first major town in Armenia we had seen a truck that had rolled onto its side as it negotiated a hairpin bend, don't think it had happened long before we passed either as the police arrived as we passed.

          It was early in the day when we arrived in the large town of Gyumri. This was once the 3rd largest city in the whole region after Tbilisi and Baku. In December 1988 it was flattened by an ...

          Around Nagoro-Karabakh

          A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 16, 2013

          22 photos

          Lots of people got hit with a weird time problem this morning. I woke up and looked at my phone to see it saying 7:46 (breakfast at 8:00), so I jumped up and got ready, headed out of the room with my daypack at 8:05. A few people from my group outside the front door smoking, I went into the dining room to find half the lights off with only some of breakfast stuff out… the lady waves me away saying '8, 8'. ...

          Into a place that doesn't exist

          A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 16, 2013

          22 photos

          Alarm set to be up early and the tour office as the trip to Karabakh set off at 9:00. I noticed the back seat of the bus was raised higher and had opening windows so I grabbed a seat there so I could open the windows for photos without worrying about reflections from dirty windows. Turns out the only non ethnic Armenians on the bus were a Czech brother-and-sister and myself, everyone ...

          Wild Horseman of Gandzasar Monastery

          A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 24, 2013

          127 photos

          Our itinerary said that we would start our day today after a hearty breakfast. How would they know that today we were served an omelet instead of a boiled egg along with the usual lavash, cheese, yogurt, honey, and preserves. Nour helped me order coffee with milk - this was fulfilled with a cup of heated milk to which Nescafe instant coffee could be added. I needed two rounded teaspoons but that didn't really make it taste like coffee. But all ...

          Stepanakert and Amaras Monastery

          A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 23, 2013

          58 photos

          I managed to process some photos before going to breakfast at 8 am. The dining area wasn't ready for me yet, but I had an opportunity to use a few words of Russian. Nour joined me and we were served tea, bread, boiled eggs, yogurt, cheese, honey & solid yogurt. It was all very nice.

          First stop was the government office to get my N-K visa. It didn't take long. I filled out a form and got my separate visa that we need to ...

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