Hotel Lara

St. Khristaphor 21 , Goris, Armenia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Goris

Mount Ararat and Vor Girap

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jul 20, 2014

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... Madrid (Rio Alberche). A man who drove his BMW like an F1 driver also offered us a handshake.

The contrast between the high dry, crumbling mountain peaks and the lush green valley below was obvious.

As we headed off, the stream/river at Areni had car after car parked up with people picnicking in the shade and cooling in the river. Having a dip and cooling down was definitely a good ...

Back to nagorno karabach and Armenia

A travel blog entry by tisso on Jun 08, 2013

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... looking apartmentboss/taxi driver. In Tigranakert I received a thoroughful explanation by my taxi driver. At least that's what I was able to make up out of his wild gesticulations since my Russian is 'rather' poor. Afterwards we went inside the castle/fortress turned into museum, I left a message in 'plat Ternats' in the guestbook. Going in to completely war ruined (and abandoned) Agdam is officially off limits but my driver is willing to drive through it. ...

Mountains Taller Than The Clouds - Day 34

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on May 10, 2013

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... 3 years, there has been problems with Azerbaijan. Snipers anywhere in the mountains. We got lucky no dramas. Local guide knew some spots and where they would hide or do as he was ex-soldier from the war. Armenia and Azerbaijan had a big war in 1996 something like this, but war aren't quite finished. Just the littles one over the years, still exist now. You get why Azerbaijan have 2 "countries" with Armenia "sandwiched" in between them. Armenia ...

Tatev (Give Me Wings)

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Oct 30, 2012

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... development of sciences and arts in its heyday. The 11th-century Surp Grigor (St. Gregory) church is right next to it. In 1387, Timur's army (yes, him again) got here and burned and looted the place.

In the courtyard is an octagonal pillar which has an interesting construction plan. The pillar is made of several stone sections surrounded by metal bands with hinges and was engineered in a way that it could 'swing' or 'shake'. According to one theory, this ...

More monasteries and churches, but the places

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on May 18, 2012

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So today we headed way down south in the country, passing close to the borders with Turkey (closed), Azerbaijan (closed) and in the direction of Iran (border open and judging by number of iranian trucks probably a bit of sanction busting going on. Visited three monasteries, all interesting in their own way but made special by location, all close to or in mountain countries with snow capped peaks by the dozen.
Khor Virap monastery, famous ...


This hotel, located on St. Khristaphor 21 , Goris, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding