No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Mana
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mana Goris
Travel Blogs from Goris
... the weight contributed to the vehicle's difficulty in getting up hills (of which there was no end) and just moving forward in general. Each time the driver stopped to drop off or pick up a passenger, Fox was certain that the marshrutka would surely fail to continue on. Happily she was wrong; well, at least the van made it to the crossroads where Halidzor lies to the east and Tatev to the west.
Fox, Mouse, and ...
After about fifteen kilometers, they reached Khndzoresk, a sleepy farming village. Fox and Mouse looked about and wondered where in the world Old Khndzoresk could be. Fortunately, as everywhere in Armenia, there were some old men sitting along the lane. These men shouted at them when they began to go the wrong way.
On reaching the edge of Old Khndzoresk, the steep and grassy gorge and the volcanic sandstone peaks are ...
... sitting by the road beckoned them over. Ignoring Fox's protestations, she handed her a cucumber; it was a nice snack indeed.
They ate dinner that evening at Khatchik's with another group. These were (primarily) Armenian-Australians. The mother, whose family had escaped via Iran, was visiting Armenia for the first time; they were on their way to Karabakh to see her family's hometown.
The conflict ...
... br> They parted with him at a lane leading to a farm. Mouse speculated that perhaps he had been waiting by the road for some company before going the rest of the way to his lane; he was so very old.
Zorats Karer, 'Army Stones' in Armenian, is said to be the oldest astronomical observatory in the world. But Fox thought little of the stars as she looked upon the beautiful fields and grassy mountains stretching on and on.
... looking apartmentboss/taxi driver. In Tigranakert I received a thoroughful explanation by my taxi driver. At least that's what I was able to make up out of his wild gesticulations since my Russian is 'rather' poor. Afterwards we went inside the castle/fortress turned into museum, I left a message in 'plat Ternats' in the guestbook. Going in to completely war ruined (and abandoned) Agdam is officially off limits but my driver is willing to drive through it. ...