Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
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... as we set out to have a look around.
This is a bigger complex with something like 168 caves still in existence. There is one little bit that dates from the 9th century but most of it is from the 12th century. It was not only a monastery but also a residential complex too on the eastern end. A later earthquake destroyed much of it, then it too suffered when the Persians, closely followed by the Ottomans overrun it in the ...
... at the notion? Part of me is laughing right now.
As we entered Yerevan, it all felt very Soviet (tall, uncared for tower blocks); parks which are now unkept. Hey that is ok. It is what it is. I am only observing.
I could not wait to get stuck into walking the streets. The hostel is by my measure sheer luxury with its showers and WIFI….which is fine….for ...
... quite cold, must've been warm compared to frozen lakes you see them swimming in at New Years.
Then back on the bus and arrived back in town around 15:30. Unfortunately for me the French girl was already going to some event with friends that night, so I ended up walking around a bit (running into the Kiwi guy and his missus again on the ...
... so quick, buddy. Then he started to beep his horn and pull up to other taxis and the driver would give him some directions. I caught "straight ahead" a lot and then there were some "right"s, "left"s, and a lot of hand waving and talking. I lost track of how many times this occurred. We passed the Vernissage Market on the Ring Road, the French Embassy, the Children's Park, the USA Embassy, the Armenian cognac factory and were now on the ...
... found and killed by the Armenian Revenge Takers - one of them in Germany, and Enver Pasha in Middle Asia.
-----Was Ataturk involved in the genocide?
-----No. He came to power in Turkey later.
-----I stepped out of the museum. It had been interesting. But, I wished the museum's exhibits could've been better arranged, to tell a fluid story of the progression of the genocide. I wished they spoke more deeply about the psychology of the participants, ...