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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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... duct tape.
The Lonely Planet lauds the cafe culture in Yerevan. That might be fine if you want a coffee or a drink but a meal is another story. Meals take forever to get and the serving is never together.
The surrounding area is very dry. The mountain grasses are yellow. The character of most roofs and buildings suggests a poor economy. Laura said the average wage was $350.00 US a month, still but a pittance.
Reached the ...
... now included in the country of modern day Turkey.
The Assyrian Empire reaches as far as the Caucasus Mountains.
Assyria, a major Mesapotamian East Semitic kingdom and Empire of the Ancient Near East, existed as an independent state for a period of approximately six centuries from c. 1250 BC to 612 BC, spanning the Early Bronze Age through to the late Iron Age.
300- 400 BC
Zoroastrianism becomes ...
... elevation of 5,642 meters, and is generally considered to be the highest peak in Europe.
The mighty Caucasus Ranges dominate the isthmus rising up to sit at one of the earth's great crossroads, presiding over the boundaries of the great continents of Asia and Europe and the frontiers of Islam and Christianity. It was once the home to the old Silk Road trading routes and today is still the true region of East Meets West.
And no wonder it ...
... speck of water from Armenia's countless water fountains.
Though you see Armenians drinking from these fountains all the time, the guide book warned against following suit, as quite often the water is unfiltered and can contain GI Ardia. I've completely avoided the water fountains, but also steered clear of tap water, just to be safe. So if it is GI Ardia that started a war with me (and I use the term war quite loosely, since it was a ...
... we had gone somewhere else. I got her card to give to Nico our driver for his return run later in the year.
The tour only had me and 2 young Ukrainians who were incredibly well traveled, and made me feel my Odyssey exploits were somewhat lame, I think perhaps Keith (70 odd from London) was correct in calling us tourists rather than travelers... I had lunch with them and we tried to catch up for dinner with Luke, but it did not work. Still, Luke and I had a very nice ...