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 ...
... feeling… I've never heard such deadpan recital of lines in my life, she must be the life of the party wherever she goes.
We drove along the lake to Noratus cemetery, where there wasn’t much to see, not even interesting tombstones saying people died of some long eradicated disease. There were a few locals trying to sell ...
... afternoon light. We saw the Roman baths and the foundation of a cross-shaped church. Leo asked if he could have a photo of the temple and the basalt gorge since his battery ran out. I would have looked for some to give him tonight but now my computer seems to have more problems than just the internet. I rebooted once and windows still wasn't cooperating so I went to paper. Now I will eat my peach and prepare for tomorrow.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...