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... go to the center so we decided to take public transportaion. We were hoping to visit the national history museum that was closing in just over an hour. Unfortunately the Dutch guy was impatient and got on the wrong bus. So we zig zagged around the NW side of Yerevan and got dropped as close to the center as possible. From here the walk to the museum would take quite some time so I decided to skip it. However, I walked by the Opera House ticket booth and bought a ticket ...
... Treasury: mostly gold adornments that were found in graves around Georgia. Many had Roman, Greek, and Hellenic influence.
* An Oriental Collection that had paintings and other art from Iran, Eygpt, and a few other Asian countries
* Old military goods: swords, uniforms, and guns
* Info and relics from the Soviet occupation from 1921-1991. The Soviets executed 100,000s of Georgians at this time and there are still a couple regions that are under dispute.
Well, it is going to be a very long, uncomfortable night, as far as I can tell at the moment.
The morning was quite uneventful: I ate breakfast, showered, packed, played a bit on the computer until Windows Explorer shut down again, and then read an Agatha Christie mystery I picked up in Gori, Georgia that I am now quite sure I have read before. But since I am not remembering the plot until I re-read it, I guess that is OK.
... I told Laura. "Living the Soviet dream!" she said and smiled.
She liked Russian cars, too.
And I felt relieved that I'd come to Armenia.
The Modern Oddyseus.
Thanks to Soso; Zura & George; Valiko; Valera & Roban; Suren; Arman; Mahel; Ondranik & Harut; and Samvel for rides!
Much thanks to Karlen, Lev, & Mushroom Pub; Shtepan; and Laura, Khashayar, & Esfandyar for places to stay!
... All turned out OK and I didn't lose too much time. But when I went out, I left the key with the manager.
My original plans were to try the Metro and go to Republic Square to the museums. But now that I knew about this new market, I wanted to check it out, so I decided to walk there on the way to the museum. It was a fun place, with lots of gorgeous produce, a meat market, a cheese market, a lavash and bread section, a pickle section and a huge ...