Ararat hotel

Address: 7 Grigor Lusavorich Street, Yerevan, 0015, Armenia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 7 Grigor Lusavorich Street, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Gobustan Rock Art, and Fountain Square.
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    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 07, 2015

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    Poor roads took us higher into the mountains, passing some animals of the Yazidis [?], nomadic people of the area. We reached the fortress of Amberd by 1130.

    The fortress stood at the confluence of two rivers. It held a commanding view of the farms and trade routes of the Ararat Plain. Today only dirty bricks remain of a structure destroyed under the Timurids.

    A short walk led to St Astvatsatsin Church. Wax candles had been left to light along with ...


    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... desk. Managed to get them to shift over so we could get booked in. Fly dubai allows you to pay 5dhs and pre pick seats. Dont ever do this as they change them anyway to "allow for families to sit next to each other" me and stephen are family!! Once into the smelly departure lounge we were hungry. Theres nothing really to have there apart from mcdonalds, wendys or bombay chowpatti so we had a paul for breakfast. Finally it was time to get on the plane. Armenia was looking ...

    Episode 19

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... feelings, as nervous as a stuffed toy can get that is: These people have changed from Arabic that was adopted in the 4th or 5th century when the place was overrun by the Arabs and Islam introduced, to Cyrillic in Soviet times, then in the early 1990’s after independence from Russia they adopt another new system. Must be quite difficult for older people and those that are a little bit backward:

    With the rain tipping down ...

    Giving Thanks

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 28, 2013

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    ... they were Russian or other. I hugged them all as they got off the bus in the south of Yerevan as I continued on to the metro station and then took a subway back to town.

    There was a little time so I stopped at a flea market in the south of the city center. This is certainly the place to shop for Armenia souvenirs. The prices seemed quite low but all I bought was an Armenia fridge magnet. In the main square, they were putting up Christmas decorations and in Opera ...

    Hiking & Hospitality in Georgia & Armenia

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... s influence. Tbilisi is a wonderfully picturesque city with old crumbling buildings down windy narrow streets. Initially I was a little shy to speak in Russian. I went for lunch at a restaurant and didn't fully understand the menu. I asked the waitress in English what a certain dish was. She then proceeded to squat down and imitate a chicken with full clucking noise and movement of the arms as wings. She looked very embarrassed to do it. Her ...