Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a vast amount of litter spread all around. L, braving the elements walked over to the waters’ edge but not even she was tempted to put a foot in that dirty, mucky looking water. Another few hundred metres further on there was big beach umbrellas and cabanas, restaurants and snack bars all closed up for the season.
We returned to Lankaran and went into the city centre and were amazed by the central square and all the new buildings, many of ...
... 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 ...
... There were no windows to make it more secure - and maybe warmer too. The visitors would light fires for cooking and heat and there were holes in the ceiling to let out the smoke.
As we neared the top of the pass, Armine told us that there were some impermanent dwellings of the livestock breeders in the upper pastures. She also mentioned that in the spring and summer time the hills are filled with alpine flowers. It must be beautiful. ...
... of going back to the hotel in our bus or staying in the city center and making our own way back. Since I had not managed to see the singing fountains all the time I had been in Yerevan so far, I decided to stay. By then some others who were going in search of a special restaurant had already left. I walked back to the bus with Emma and waited for Armine so I could ask her about dinner places that she had recommended. I decided to try for the African Tavern. Not ...
... them out and slowing down or stopping so I could get a shot of them. There were sheep, cows, horses mostly - not so much in the fowl line today.
Maybe it was the postcard detours and the long time I spent at the gorge, but we were behind schedule now. Nour offered to stop in Goris so I could take photos since it had been raining when we were first there. I felt a bit guilty but I couldn't pass it up. Goris was very picturesque - the individual photos ...