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The room was comfortable, clean and good-sized. There was a view onto the street. The location is a bit removed from the city center but on a major direct street so it was easy to find the hotel. Staff were friendly and helpful although their recommendation for a bathhouse turned out to be closed.
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Today was a jam-packed day it seemed. We met our guide Nick in the lobby at 9 am and sorted ourselves into at least 5 cabs to go to the old city. First we visited a church (Metekhi Church)- there was a statue of one of the Georgian kings (Vakhtang I) on a horse there overlooking the river. I think we then crossed the bridge. I am not sure when …
It was sad to think that today is our last day in Armenia. I woke up before Emma's alarm and decided to take my shower right away since I heard the shower next door and was afraid the hot water would be all used up. But I had a great hot shower and even got a peek at a rosy post-dawn on Lake Sevan with some ducks swimming. I had heard a …
they have to offer. L has read that the
hikes are not well marked.
It is certainly pretty with villages set up on steep
mountain slopes, didn’t see roads to some of them so presumably the only access
is by foot or horse. They seem to use a
small mountain pony in these parts, we have seen a few locals on horseback or
herders with a packhorse loaded with all their gear. High snowy peaks of the main
Caucasus ridge ...
... down an entire glass - with any other of the smooth, drinkable Georgian wines we've had so far, that would've been entirely possible, but not with a glass of vulture **** light!
Even though we had all had our fill of vulture ****, we still needed to follow the tamada's final instruction - top up all our glasses and down it in one shot, for the final toast. Ugh ... not so easy, but we all managed to do so without gagging, too ...
... museum. So, Armenians could decorate it however they wanted.
I began on my way to Turkey. In order to get from the world's first Christian country, Armenia, to Turkey, the country I was supposed to be staying three months in, I had to go through the world's second Christian country. Georgia. Hadn't I spent enough time there already?
Yes. But, at least I wasn't stuck there indefinitely.
This time, ...