Arthurs Aghveran Resort

Address: Aghveran Recreation Area, Yerevan, 0001, Armenia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aghveran Recreation Area, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Fountain Square, and Gobustan Rock Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Yerevan

    BL #46: Learn That Ugly Soviet Style Isn't So Ugly

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... would not be out of place in cities like London or Paris. At first it's a bit confusing as to how this could have happened, but it slowly starts making sense once you consider the history of Armenia.

    Armenia is a land that has been fought over for centuries, with its people persecuted - as a result, Armenians have scattered all over the World, and it's this Armenian diaspora that is largely responsible for what Yerevan is today. ...

    An assured Local plumber with insurance

    A travel blog entry by m4m2z9k8 on Mar 26, 2014

    ... This is going to prevent any situations once they did the job. It is beneficial to employ a professional which has suitable plumbing experience. Determine if perhaps they have license or not when deciding upon a Plumbing pro. It isn't effortless to search out a Plumbing expert which may provide for you a safety of your possessions. A qualified Plumber should supply an insurance coverage as well as recompense. This is much more crucial since in ...

    Rubgy and Roads

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... was glad to have a seat belt. We arrived at the Georgia/Armenia border and were quickly stamped out of Georgia. We got to Armenia and I was asked for my visa. I didn't have one. However, there was a booth that sold them but it had to be paid in Armenian dram. There was a sort of vending machine so I put in $10 and waited. Eventually 4,030 drams came out. I paid 3,000 for the visa and the official put a full page sticker in my passport. At passport control, the other official ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 09, 2013

    11 photos

    ... 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!


    Amberd Fortress and Alphabet Park

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 30, 2013

    56 photos

    ... use this alphabet, it makes sense that they should have a park for their special alphabet. The letters seem to have different symbols on them and be of different stones - or different colors of the volcanic tufa stone. I would have liked to take more photos but only managed a few once I got my photo taken in front of my letter and took Emma's in front of hers. You could see some other mountain in the distance behind them - or on the side actually. And ...