BASS Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... they didn’t adopt it as we know and recognize it. They have most of the letters that we are familiar with in English plus they have some with 'tails’ or ‘squiggles’ attached, then they have one that is just like our ‘e’ except upside down and back to front. L has a vague feeling that ‘Ə’ may be an ancient latin letter, not one used in modern western alphabets. It makes me very nervous when L gets ...
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... 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 ...
... side of the oven hole. She then pulled it out and gave it to the third woman who cut up the large sheet into small pieces. We got to try some hot out of the oven hole and it was nice and light and crispy. It was here that I ran out of all 3 batteries in the Lumix. I had debated which camera to take and decided the lumix was less obtrusive for a home situation. I was crushed. Just as I started to take a video, it shut down. We were moving to the ...
... welcome visitors, a sign of not only the famous sweet wine produced here but of the friendly nature of the welcoming locals. Both Armenia and Georgia were communist, being part of the Soviet Union for 7 decades. However Georgia has always favoured the West, hating the ideology of Communism and was one of the fiercest fighters against the regime during Soviet times, with frequent uprisings. Today, Georgia still leans to the West but Armenia is still largely ...