Ani Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Ani Plaza Hotel Yerevan
Travel Blogs from Yerevan
... wonderfull staff of the hostel with explain you all the trips available. One day trips are very complete, take all day from 7am or 9am till evening and they're quite cheap because they do not include lunch or any meal. That's fine for me because I'm a saver person and I buy my food on the supermarket :-) Me personally booked 2 tours (thursday and friday) that will show me part of the rural armenian life and some of the most beautiful panoramas and monasteries in the ...
... bread freshly cooked, water, coffee and a brown cake with hints of cinnamon. The old group sat together but it was rather limited conversation. It was the lesser of two evils as Yappy was at the other table.
The Windsor Witch should really pay attention. She asked in dogmatic fashion if there was a place to exchange excess Armenian drams in Georgia and the group was told for a second time 'yes'. There will be a chance to swim in 22C Lake Sevan tomorrow in the ...
... fresh lavash, cheese and tomatoes.
Later in the afternoon we decided to explore some of the city near our hotel. David had given us lots of information about where we should walk, what sights we should see and some of the cafes we should consider for our evening meal. It suited us perfectly to wander on our own and to absorb some of the atmosphere of Yerevan - and with the added mission of finding a good restaurant.
... the plane is full and im the only person with a row to themself, i budged over to the window and stephen took my seat so we had the middle seat empty. This is me and stephens first holiday away together that isnt in Dubai, Scotland or an oman visa run so we decided to kick it off here and got some drinks. We were carrying on as usual and speaking ***** so were laughing, this is when some man looks at us and says shhhhh and closes his eyes again. Dont know why he is bothered with ...
... about this place.
There is a treasury off the cathedral with all sorts of relics. These can be a bit intriguing, activating the imagination, especially in regards to the Middle Ages. But, of much greater interest were the illuminated texts and certain vestments and gifts sent to the church from diaspora scattered throughout the world.
Fox asked the caretakers about a chabulous sent from China to Echmiadzin in 1817. They only ...