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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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... very long time. Perhaps some persimmons too if we see some nice ripe ones of them:
At Masalli which is still on that very flat plane it was very wet with water lying everywhere, we turned towards the mountains to go to Yardimli. It was a pretty drive up into the hills with the rain letting up for a while and a bit of sunshine peeping through now and again. We saw a big waterfall that is in two stages. The lowest has a cluster of cafes around the bottom ...
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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: ...
... town. "This is called radio tower town. During the Cold War, the Americans were sending propaganda by radio from Turkey, and here there was a radio tower to block those signals"
But quickly the topic turned to more current events. Pointing to a nearby memorial to the war dead, I noticed that that the date of one of the dead was just a couple years ago.
"I thought the war with Azerbaijan ended in the 90s" I point out.
"No--Supposedly the ...
... on a local, he told me his name and I told him mine, the conversation ended there, still good to give the lingo a go though.
I had the curse of the big bank notes and couldn’t get the metro as it only costs 100 Dram and I had a 20,000 note! I had to walk into the market and experience some pretty hideous smells for this time in the morning, I ...