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... 261; o kremowo-zielonym kolorycie, płynącą dosyć wartko pomiędzy wysokimi nabrzeżami. Skręcamy w lewo i od razu wchodzimy w samo serce Starego Miasta. Wąziutka główna uliczka Shavteli wita nas licznymi kawiarenkami i winiarniami. Pierwsza atrakcja to Wieża Zegarowa przeniesiona tu prosto z bajki braci Grimm, kolorowa, bogato zdobiona i nieregularna w kształcie, jest piękna i fascynująca w trochę straszny sposób. ...
so presumably not all the animals are moved south.
Beyond Shatili are some stone crypts that were used in
medieval times of plague. It’s told that
people who were ill with the plague would come out here and entre a crypt and
wait to die. There are still heaps of
human bones visible in these crypts and they gave L the heebies. She wouldn’t even let me go near to have my
The road ends about ...
... away from the climb. The dry, treeless landscapes of before (or south of Lake Sevan) transformed into steep tree covered mountains. The Ardjanoots Range took us to Vanadzor (north west).
We then headed through the Bazum Range and Debed Canyon where we turned off to go up to the Haghpat Monastery which originates from 976 AD. This site was a complex of building which were added on in later centuries. ...
... long as we did, we would have gotten a decent apartment for a third of the price.
Our $82 per day expenses for two included two cameras, dentist and pharmacy visits and a bit of on-line shopping. Taxis and transport and wine are absolute bargains here. And we cooked many of our own meals so we were eating well for $18 per day for the two of us.
Georgia was one of the most expensive places we been in outside of western Europe, Japan or the ...
... his best to take care of her, and a younger sister of hers came often to help. But, they said it was a lot of work to get Grandma ready in the mornings, and she had to be watched over like a child. She was probably going to be moved to an Old Folks' Home soon.
However, she'd said a few months earlier: "I don't want to go anywhere. I just want to stay here and live with Grandpa."
On the positive side, it was ...