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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regineh Yerevan
Very nice rooms, everything great but wifi only available in the lobby and swimming pool area and the hotel is not in the city center occasioning some difficulty in getting transportation to and from the hotel. It was not that easy a walk to the city center for those who tried it.
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... beans in a clay pot. I listened to the music for awhile but felt a bit lonely and tired so I went back to the hostel at 10:30.
Sun, Nov 24
My main aim for the day was to get to Armenia but I had to wait until 1 pm until my van would leave. So, I relaxed at the hostel for a bit and then walked up to Rustavelli Avenue (again, it seems like I'm there multiple times everyday) to go to the National Museum. Exhibitions there ...
... got to hurry--dusk is setting and I don't know how late the buses to Yerevan run. Finally reach the edge of town where there's a dry, rocky plateau and what looks like an abandoned cement factory or something a bit farther beyond... I guess that will have to do... perhaps a symbol of the post-industrial decline of this region.
I strum my songs as the sun disappears behind Mt Ararat... and then head on back to ...
... know of a cheap hostel... since they're heading for one, I just follow them along.
Once in my room I chat with an Israeli roommate for a bit... tinker around on Google maps for a while then finally head out for a leisurely stroll around the lively city center. After spending the last couple of weeks never knowing for sure if I was going to find a hotel at the end of each day, I'm looking forward to having a comfortable "base camp" for a while here in ...
... I missed the bus and the next one wasn’t for a few hours. Everyone seemed to have their watches an hour forward and after a while I realised that we had gone one hour ahead since leaving Georgia, which seemed strange as we had gone directly south to get here. It had taken me over 36 hours to realise and now it threw out all my timings. It was now 1.30pm even though I had only just fully woken up. I decided to go to ...
... one last village of Byuravan. There isn't time to check out the monastery a few kilometers away, so I just catch a minibus back to Yerevan and call it a day. Later, tracing my steps, I calculate that I walked over 30 kilometers, when it would've been just an 11 km hike if I had stuck to the highway to Yerevan. I feel pretty annoyed with myself for having made such a huge miscalculation. Maybe the experience of trailblazing through the desolate mountains was worth it though. ...