BASS Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they had some dill seasoning. After that we got some dolma or tolma, an assortment of stuffed vegetables, mostly cabbage - all good. We had fruit with a sort of spice cake and then tea and coffee. I mistakenly poured salt from a salt cellar into my coffee so I couldn't really drink it. I felt bad about that.
After our lunch we returned to the hotel, where Emma and I sorted out our belongings because we move on from Yerevan tomorrow morning.
... and walking around the entire building without finding the entrance, we gave up. It turns out that it was on an upper floor inside the building which also houses the history museum.
We drove back out again to the Geg********astery and Garni. At Geghard we visited the cave church - there was a service here too but the church was smaller and we had only a brief time to visit the core part of the church. I was ...
... and the loss of jobs after the war. The silk factories, which had been supplied with silk from Azerbaijan and started in the Soviet era, are vacant ruins. There are bullet holes in a lot of buildings and a lot of buildings still in ruins. According to Nour, Shushi is gradually being restored and a large influx of money from the diaspora will be supporting a lot of new reconstruction.
Nour dropped me off at St. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral while he went to ...