Ani Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We often see people fishing in the smallest and dirtiest of ditches and wonder what can possibly survive in such an environment. Then we see people selling fish beside the road and wonder if they have been caught in these ditches. Even the Caspian is fairly well polluted these days according to the guide book, but you don't need the guide book to see just how much rubbish must get washed down into it, then there are all those oil rigs off ...
... like 3 million people in Armenia, but roughly another 7 million live elsewhere in the World. As people have returned to Armenia over the years, it's obvious that they have brought back with them ideas from the Western World.
So while Yerevan isn't the most exciting of cities, it's definitely a place where you could easily relax for a couple of days. After all, any place that has this many good quality French-style patisseries and cafes can't be all ...
... of harmed property or home you are going to spend a lot. It's often a good idea to request a contract which contains a substantial explanation of the support that the Plumbing agency will probably perform. The arrangement might include things like the expense of the plumbing professional services and also the duties and supplies which will undoubtedly be demanded. You need to opt for a Plumber along with an guaranteed insurance. If perhaps Local ...
... in and said "Have a nice day." Again, so different from some of the other border crossings on the trip. This was the second easiest after Georgia.
The roads weren't as straight and fast moving in Georgia because the landscape changed once we entered Armenia. The roads were very curvy and hilly and the scenery was beautiful. Even the villages were a bit different - different architecture, building materials. The churches were made out of reddish stone bricks, as opposed to ...
... could be seen through the haze to the south. It was a very cool place.
I think it was at this point - or maybe earlier - that I asked Armine to announce that I had bread from yesterday to offer anyone in need of sustenance before we got to our village lunch. I had some takers from the back of our bus - for which I was very glad - but I still have a big chunk of break left. I would love to give more away....along with some wine - ...