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... me their love and complete support on behalf of the solitary, and if the Queen says it shall be, then it shall be. Hoover Dam separates Arizona from Nevada, and until the recent completion of the Mike O'Callighan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge now standing higher over the canyon, was the shortest route to Las Vegas from the East. RSVP your flight at least 3 days in advance of your preferred departure date. Helicopter excursions are well-liked and it's not unusual ...
... of a civilization one knows nothing about. The site dates from 782 BC, making it older than Rome.
Cabbed it to St Gregory Cathedral, built to celebrate 1,700 years of Christianity in the country. It is rather stark and modernist in its architecture. The church is on a hill. At its base is a statue to General Andranik who defeated the Turks in 1918.
Walked back to the Republic Square. Went for ...
... just 100 meters from the Turkish border and the closest site to Armenia's beloved Mount Ararat.
David and Hovik were in fine spirits too. David, neatly dressed in a fresh striped polo shirt and jeans and Hovik, immaculately attired as usual in a crisp pink shirt, matching tie and wearing fashionable wrap around sun glasses, chatted happily to us about our tour. During our thirty kilometer drive to Khor Virap they became more ...
... 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 ...
... on Napoleon and every other Hermitage Museum exhibit - cornered the last members of one of the tables. Two men departed politely. One of the remaining two men stared gloomily at his iPad, another became seriously engrossed in buttering his toast. An unfortunate thin woman with flaming iridescent red hair took the brunt of the lecture. There was no way she could escape. The Large Lecturer spared no mercy, raising his voice and pointing his hand at ...