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 don't need to admit to mistakes very often <smile>, but I will admit one today. We planned our itinerary to have a full free day in Yerevan for people to enjoy the city. Fortunately, our guide suggested an excursion that ended up being one of our favorites of the whole tour -- a trip to Geg********astery and Garni Temple. It was a mistake …
We have a lot to see today, and we're thrilled that the day is clear. It means that Mt. Ararat will be visible everywhere we go. It makes up somewhat for the poor visibility we endured in the rainy high Caucasus Mountains.
We drive about an hour outside of Yerevan towards the border with Turkey. Literally a few hundred yards from the …
We leave Tbilisi, Georgia, this morning and make the relatively short drive (1.5 hours) to the border with Armenia. There we say a fond farewell to Salome and our driver, and then walk our own bags from the exit border of Georgia to the entry border of Armenia. It is about 100 meters over fairly good pavement, and we cross without any visa …
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Back into town, plotting front seats for tomorrow. We stopped at the Cascade and the six of us split off for lunch c 1335. We lunched at Arbat cafe closer to the opera house. The food service was a bit slow. Lots of earthy and in your face humour to pass the time. It was clear we would not make it back in time for 1500 rendezvous so I walked back to advise Laura not to worry about us [4,000AD].
Walked back past the swan lake area. Headed to the ...