Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
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... found that a new promenade has been built complete with street lighting. The strip of land between the road and the promenade, about 50-70m wide is being landscaped and at present is little more than one large bog. Not at all picturesque: Some very large new houses are under construction opposite this new promenade. A kilometre further north and the promenade ends and the gray gravelly beach extends right up to the road. There is a life guard tower in the ...
... and Mouse looked at one another and thought how sweet this boy was. Perhaps they would be cheated, but comparatively speaking, Armenia was kind and gentle and completely unthreatening, even with limited language ability; the people were so kind.
The boy was a recent university graduate. "What do you want to do?" asked Fox. "I want to go to America or Canada", he said. "Everyone wants to get out of Armenia. There is no future here."
... tourists here were of Armenian descent, coming back to see the homeland.
A pleasant surprise at lunchtime - it was much better than on the Karabakh tour. While we were eating the Ukrainian guy from the bus went for a swim in the lake even though ...
... had all gone to the same restaurant - which Armine had suggested we not do - and, as a result, they were not able to finish their lunches by the meeting time. If I had known, I could have run into the museum and seen a fair amount of it in the half hour I would have had with the extra wait.
We walked to the Matenadaran - the manuscript museum - from the Cascade area - I don't think I could retrace our steps since I didn't pay much attention. There was ...
... and the loss of jobs after the war. The silk factories, which had been supplied with silk from Azerbaijan and started in the Soviet era, are vacant ruins. There are bullet holes in a lot of buildings and a lot of buildings still in ruins. According to Nour, Shushi is gradually being restored and a large influx of money from the diaspora will be supporting a lot of new reconstruction.
Nour dropped me off at St. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral while he went to ...