Hotel Nairi

Address: 121/7 Armenakyan Str, Yerevan, 0047, Armenia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 121/7 Armenakyan Str, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Gobustan Rock Art, and Fountain Square.
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    COOLNESS AMONGST THE HEAT

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... we arrived so we heard a couple of songs boldly echo around the stone walls.

    There were goood shots from a nearby bridge of the main church. The pix at Geg********astery were probably the most striking so far. The Comb sauntered along 3M late, probably searching for butterflies.

    It was a short journey to the Garni temple. Yappy was told essentially to shut up as Laura was trying to speak on the microphone. Hellenic in structure, it dates ...

    Armenia

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Feb 03, 2015

    34 photos

    ... He was in th ball and changing the coals constantly, i even learned some new Shisha etiquette and thats to fold the pipe so its pointing towards you and hand it over that way, also to give a dunt on the hand to the person who is giving it away if you are taking it off of them. The waitress in here was pretty cool so we were asking her how to say things in Armenian, she taugh us how to say very good "shat lav" so we were saying it to the Kalian man and he was having a laugh when ...

    Episode 19

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... drizzle, fog over the hill tops and quite chilly on this October morning. We didn’t go beyond Leric, not much point really because any view was enshrouded in fog and the Iranian border is not far off and the border guards apparently get a bit twitchy if foreigners get too close.

    Instead we drove down the coast to Astara. We didn’t go beyond the town centre here either as the border is just 5 mins walk further on. We did go down to the sea ...

    Back in the USSR

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 26, 2013

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    ... We had thought about walking the 10 Kms to Garni but a taxi driver offered to take us for 1000 Dram (about $2.50).

    In Garni, we saw the Garni Temple. This had typical Roman Architecture with columns and and inner temple. It had been built on a dragon stone that had been worshiped in pagan times but was later converted to a Christian temple. It was on a fantastic lookout of a basalt canyon.
    We returned to Yerevan by taxi but the driver wanted to charge us ...

    Hiking & Hospitality in Georgia & Armenia

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... experience. One of the regular members of the CS meeting I organised in London had hosted an Armenian girl, Heghine and put me in touch with her. We met at a bigger CS meet in the city and had a great night with other Cs'ers. Heghine then offered to host me for 2 nights, which I duly obliged to get a chance to get to the heart of Armenian life. Heghine lived with her mum and two brothers. They took me out for the day to churches and small towns and taught me ...