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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and we drove over two low passes where the autumn colours have yet to reach their best. We passed down a long wide valley past two small lakes and some large dairy herds then in a small village we saw a sign for a Nunnery cheese shop. Perhaps all those cows belong to the convent or perhaps they just buy the milk off the farmers, that is the most likely L thinks. Anyway we found the church, a tiny little stone building down the rough stony and muddy lanes of ...
... this regeneration. Republic Square was very quiet. I had a dog and a young man listening to music for company.
Walking back, it is clear to see that Yerevan yearns to project and image of consumerism with its trendy shopping streets and Georgio Armani boutiques (inter alia).
A man in the very same street was searching the bins for rubbish. Again this is in stark contrast to the very street he was walking ...
... than about 500m away. Despite warnings from the guide that we only had 30 mins, and most people being back at the bus OK, some people were still 25 mins late getting back to the bus. Geez. There was a shop there but I seriously doubt the guy makes any money – its in the middle of nowhere and we were probably the only people that stopped there during the afternoon.
... 5th, Jacobson wrote that soldiers had dragged an elderly Armenian woman down a long set of stairs, while she was exhausted. Ten local boys followed, laughing at her.
-----I left Jacobson's first-hand account. I soon came upon a story of Armenian heroism.
-----In the summer of 1915, in a part of the Ottoman Empire that was presently Syria, five thousand Armenians fled from their hometown and took refuge on a mountain. Their number included six ...
... it down. I got on and tried to tell the driver where I was going....he took some change from my hand and gave me the rest back. The bus started to really fill up the farther we got into the city. I was worried I wouldn't know where to get off, so I asked the boy next to me, but an older girl spoke better English and she looked at my map and asked the driver and they said I would get off in three more stops. It wasn't clear though what was a stop and ...