Best Eastern Hotel Metropol
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... at the notion? Part of me is laughing right now.
As we entered Yerevan, it all felt very Soviet (tall, uncared for tower blocks); parks which are now unkept. Hey that is ok. It is what it is. I am only observing.
I could not wait to get stuck into walking the streets. The hostel is by my measure sheer luxury with its showers and WIFI….which is fine….for ...
... interesting, informative and funny. Everything you want in a walking tour guide, she told amusing anecdotes about the Armenians and the various buildings we were seeing as well as passing on a lot of facts. She also kindly suggested somewhere for dinner and wrote in Armenian the brand of rehydration salts to buy Luke, who spent most of the day on the loo. Interestingly apparently the guide usually does the Odyssey Overland walking tours in Yerevan, so was somewhat surprised to ...
... and an area containing a number of Armenian churches was given to Turkey as a gift from the Soviets. I sat there for awhile reading the history of Armenia in the Lonely Planet book. But after awhile, I got bored and the clouds were getting thicker on the mountain (thus worsening the view) so I started walking to the main highway were I planned to have something for lunch and try to catch a bus sooner than 1:20.
As I was walking on the country road, a white van ...
... of brotherhood.
I asked: Had Armenians lived better during communism? He said, yes. Everyone had been equal. They'd lived like Australians, he said.
I asked: If everyone had been equal, how did women choose their husbands - based on whether or not they were good people? "Da," he said. (Yes.) "Seychas eto nikomu ne interesuet." (Now, nobody cares about that.)
3. GOOD SINGERS
4. RUSSIAN CARS
... ceiling similar to the one at the Bellagio in Las Vegas . Oh, maybe the benefactor is the man who owns the Bellagio in Vegas. I remember Nour telling me that some Armenian expat owns lots of casinos including the Bellagio. I started on my way and planned to visit each of the fountains. On one level, the fountain was no longer running - odd, I thought. On the next level, I wasn't allowed to get back on the escalator - closed said the security guard. Hmmm, it ...