Arthurs Aghveran Resort
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... and so on. Visiting the Republic Square is a must, full of life by day and by night. Daily at 9pm and 11pm there's a music and colour show at the fountains. Also you must see the Vernissage market (only weekends). The North avenue is a pedestrian street full of shops and fancy cafes. You can visit the Cascade and the gardens too. But the.most representative building in Yerevan is Saint Grigory Cathedral. Huge, imposing. At One Way Hostel they have a tour desk ...
... for the donation. A few symbols of Jesus Christ filled the altar area.
Diane did a bit of dancing with the locals, one with a boom box. It was a laugh when Yappy joined. One of the locals touched her butt and she jumped. Angela said it must have been a long time since anyone touched that ass!
Yappy, Tina Talksablot and the Windsor Wiitch babbled away en route to lunch. When Laura finally found the place, the lunch was pretty large with salads, cabbage ...
... would need to buy another house if Alan bought any more rugs. Well, we had bought another house but we were still short of rug space!
We arrived back at our hotel to find the staff had kindly organised another room for us. It was a lovely sunny room with a tiny balcony adorned with a colourful window box of flowering Gerberas. It made such a difference to be in a bright comfortable room. We sighed with relief and sat down to an impromptu ...
... as every girl in the que to board was an absolute babe! We had to get the small bus to the plane, this girl who was standing next to us pipes up. Turns out she is actually australian called Kate but working in Armenia. She is puzzled why we chose here to go for a holiday. She was telling us some cool things to go and see and got us on facebook so we could meet her and her friends later if we werent doing anything. I think iv said this plenty of times in my blog but as ...
... chapel; it stolidly stands in front of the newly constructed Saint Anne.
At Republic Square a little Russian boy charged people with a makeshift gun. When his mother commanded him to 'say sorry' he shouted back 'nyette!!!'