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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... t a particularly wet climate, though it didn’t stop raining while we were around.
It was decided that we wouldn’t head back to Baku, but head west and make our way back towards the border. The rain persisted for much further than we had expected and even after it stopped the there were still large puddles all along the way until we reached Agcabadi, after which the sun put in a bit of an appearance though it was still quite damp all ...
... Next we stopped at a winery at Areni, which plenty of people weren't interested in, and not that much wine tasting happened anyway as most people spent the whole time waiting to use the single toilet as there was no further stops until Yerevan.
Look out the window at night as you approach Yerevan you can't help but notice all the strip ...
... and hats or something in rather gaudy color combinations. We had 20 minutes for the cemetery that was quite huge with loads of interesting crosses. I think I was looking more for photo ops than special markings or anything of particular human interest - like a figure with crossed arms that someone else pointed out to me. As we were leaving the cemetery, the older woman wanted to change money - I still hadn't been able to find out in which direction - ...
... they started and they were good, but not so good that I should have waited so long to see them, but since I was obsessed with seeing them, I had to do it. I was a little creeped out by a man in a striped shirt who seemed to be lurking by me. He was just probably doing what I was doing and maintaining his space for when the show would start. But still, as soon as I had seen/heard a few songs, I was ready to hit the road and went off in search of a taxi. The first one ...
... I think I stopped reading there and thought of earthquakes - but Nour asked me if I had seen it and knew about it. He then told me that the tremors it detected were those from the enemies horses' hooves as they approached the monastery. Not sure that that was that helpful because when I saw the road to the monastery underneath the cable car, I found it hard to imagine that anyone could approach easily without being detected. I managed to get to the gift shop ...