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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... at least. We have seen citrus groves but still no sign of a tea plantation.
As we drove back over the same route past the town of Masalli L finally twigged that what she had thought were vegetables in neat little rows are actually the tea plantations that are still quite small and therefore young one would suppose. They all seem to have drip irrigation to water them. As some of the adjoining fields had grape vines then it would seem that this ...
... br> The "Wings of Tatev" cablecar up to the monastery is yet another Armenian record apparently, many times we were told it is the world’s longest cablecar - surprisingly not the world’s oldest as well. It only takes a few minutes to get there with a great view along the way, and you can see the old winding road the bus would've taken about 90 mins to drive in the past. ...
The city of Yerevan - as seen from above - was a smoky gray, brown color.
-----On the days when I'd slept on a mountain in the city, Yerevan's circular center spread out below me. It shined with lights, cars, and people. These orange lights, on early evenings, hit the buildings and made them glow red. It was as if the city contained a mischievous red demon. This fiery color was no doubt the result of Yerevan's prettiest architecture: ...
... of remembrance of the Armenian Genocide since he said that the second largest population of Armenians resides in California.
From here, the bus took us to Republic Square where we had 1 and 1/2 hours to wander. Emma went with me and some other to the Vernissage. I was looking for those pomegranate prints and despaired at first that I couldn't find them. Then I found them and tried to bargain on the price. I got the vendor down from 2500 drams to 2000 ...
... actually, they weren't much of a bother because after the 2 women stood on the top of the cliff and took photos of themselves, they and their partners left me to the spot. I very gingerly climbed around - never getting too close to the edge - while I took zillions of photos of the gorge - lots of the very same view for some reason. I picked up some herb that smelled delicious and took photos of the lichen on the rocks. Those photos may have turned out the best. ...