Marriott Armenia Hotel Yerevan
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So far so good ... I will keep you updated but so far it's a gorgeous room and a gorgeous customer service atmosphere.
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I found out that the hostel will be completely full tonight. The Peace Corps had a conference in another town but nearly all of them need to reconnect via public transportation to their rural towns via Tibilisi so they are spending the night in various hostels around town. So my room to myself last night will now have 4 girls tonight.
I just had a lazy morning and hung around the hostel and went out for a walk. I was planning to go to the Georgian ...
... vines in the foreground. Today I think the view of Mt Ararat was actually the clearest - three's a charm. Hmmm, what else - I wandered around and took some photos with the Coolpix so I could practice on it since I was satisfied that I had enough photos of Khor Virap already. I think Armine may also have told us about the architect and shown us his headstone next to the old chapel. The larger church was built later.
From the monastery, we went ...
... staff person ironing something in the hall on my floor so I asked her. She asked me where my key was (in Russian). I pointed inside the room. She seemed upset by that - well, so was I, but I became even more upset when I verified (in Russian) that there was only one key. She called and either the telephone greeting here is Zorro or the desk manager's name is Zorro - or something like that. Well, I went downstairs and upstairs a few times, until I saw ...
... the bottom and into the little paper sack making it all quite greasy. So we arrived in Yerevan at 3:30 am after a 3 hr flight.
I spent some time trying to get my visa - first I got some money changed - the man misinformed me about how much I would need - I hadn't found an ATM on this side of the airport so had to change US dollars. I had to start a second visa application because I started filling in my birth date instead of visa issue date - then I noticed ...
... Tbilisi a little better. That is not to say however, that I did not have fun in Yerevan, because I most definitely did. On the whole, my time in Yerevan is defined more by a little relaxing and meeting new people than about sightseeing. The first two nights I stayed at Yerevan Hostel, which was filled with travelers from all over the world, and it was great to talk to all of them. There, I met Chris, a Canadian guy who has lived in China for two years and ...