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TravelPod Member ReviewsAviatrans Yerevan
It was pleasant, the staffs were very helpful, and speak English very well. The location was perfect very near to Republic Square (2 mins walking). Also the hotel was so clean and the bed and room were very comfortable. though I have to say the furniture a bit looking old, and they need to do something about the elevator. It was very small even for 2 small girls like me and my friend.
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... in the middle ages and is now preserved. It occupies a high hill on the peninsula with beautiful Lake Severn all around it.
The city of Yerevan grew on us as we saw more of it. Like all capitol cities, the city is more wealthy than the agricultural rural regions. Indeed only 3% of Armenia is suitable for agriculture and 30% for pasture. That leaves the majority of the rural population to make a living from sheep, goats and a few cattle.There were ...
... Next time we will have to try the rest and maybe try tackle the 1 meter long kebab they have haha. There were two americans at the table behind us, stephen decided to have a smoke when we finished food as you can smoke basically anywhere in Armenia and we overheard the americans moan about us, i think they thought we were locals as they didnt make it very discreet. Stephen said he felt like smashin the ashtray off there puss haha. We had to put up wth there loud annoying ...
... The church itself was not unique, but there was a chapel next door that had a 7 meter deep snake pit where St. Gregory had been imprisioned for 13 years. St. Gregory was trying to spread the Christian faith to the region but the King did not want this so he put St. Gregory in a hole with snakes. Secretly, the local women brought him food that sustained him all of those years. Eventually, the King went mad and St. Gregory cured him by converting him to Christianity. This was ...
2 hrs, 7.0 kms
In my next village there's another nice little church with a shady garden courtyard, where the caretaker doesn't seem to mind me pausing for a little strum session. Soon I'm joined by a couple of teenage girls who speak some English, and we talk a little about the beauty of Armenia, followed by the predictable "Do you know about the genocide committed by Turkey?" question.
Still a very pleasant ...
... up very well. "When we're in Russia, Armenians and Azerbaijanis get along just fine--we don't feel animosity towards each other. But here in Armenia, you're surrounded by so much hatred--you start feeling that hatred too... you just can't help it."
I did hear one voice of reason when I was in Azerbaijan. A young fellow tells me "I know that there's much more to this than just a conflict between Armenians and Azerbaijanis. The Russians and ...