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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... vegetable garden. They possibly run a small guest house that is just below the nunnery too.
We had to return as far as the Kvertvisi castle then follow the river downstream through a narrow valley and then a long gorge eventually arriving at the large town of Akhaltsikhe, the administrative centre of this region. It too has a castle on the hill above the town though it looks as if it has had a great deal of reconstruction.
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... has a few bench seats with armrests in between to discourage sleeping I guess. There is a restaurant/cafe area with tables and chairs - not any more comfortable really. Hard to say how I will spend my time from now - almost 7 pm - until after midnight when I might be able to check in - I am not sure where exactly but I have plenty of time to find out. So now I will have a bite to eat and diminish my food supplies before doing some repacking.
Those monks sure knew some scenic spots to build. At first the complex doesn't seem that big but once you exploring it you find multiple levels to all the buildings that make up the complex and can see how it housed hundreds of people back in the day.
... shalt care about others knowing they are thou."
-----"Thou shalt be celibate."
-----"Thou shalt practice free love."
-----"Thou shalt accept all members of the opposite sex with kisses."
-----"Thou shalt include and welcome all people in thy family."
-----I looked at Mt. Ararat one last time.
-----And then, I began heading for Turkey. I was sure they would have something to say about the genocide.
... I walked a short way on the street back so I could take some photos of the interesting buildings. Oh, while we were in Shushi, we visited the Upper Mosque and the Green Russian Church - which is now white and apparently Armenian. I had to wear a headscarf supplied by the attendant for this.
From Shushi we drove back to Goris - which meant that we were leaving Karabakh - I was sad because I was really beginning to love this place. The day today ...