- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... is needed. Yerevan's heat is certainly punishing and after only an hour and a half, I was back cooling down in the hostel
Yerevan also seems to come alive at night which is no surprise given the heat. The nose tour was great again although I intend on joining the walking tour tomorrow.
I spent the afternoon just resting, relaxing and catching up on the jobs I need to ...
Sunday, 11 May
Initially Armenia was a little uninspiring. We made the jump straight from the Georgian boarder, which was once again pretty easy, to Yerevan, the capital.
Yerevan feels completely unconnected from the rural areas we drove through to get here. It feels like a show piece... all new and shiny. As Luke and I sat people watching, drinking coffee which cost us more than our evening meal the night before, we realised that we could have been anywhere. It ...
... the sky was blue, the clouds seemed to linger and form on the glaciers of the 5,100+ meter high Mt. Ararat. It reminded me of Mt. Rainer - relative flatlands with a huge glacier capped peak.
I got dropped off on a country road around 10am. The driver asked my language and handed me a tiny slip of paper that said "Buses to Yerevan: 1:20, 3:20, 5:40". I walked the last half mile on the driveway to Khor Virap with views of the walled monastery and Ararat in the near ...
... first-hand account of the genocide. It came from a Danish missionary, Maria Jacobson, who'd lived in Turkey from 1907 to 1919. She'd written in her diary ...
-----On June 26, 1915, it was announced that all Armenians would be sent into exile.
-----On July 6th, boys over the age of nine were led from the town of Itchme to be killed. The soldiers and Kurds who killed them came back and visibly washed the blood off their clothes in the ...
... at 11 am to give the new arrivals some time to sleep. I chatted with a few of my new tour companions and found out that there are 20 of us. Our tour leader is with us until the border with Georgia where we get a new leader - who will probably take us on through Azerbaijan as well. Not everyone is going on the Azerbaijan extension.
So after the tourism exhibit, I needed some real food and ended up at the German restaurant across the street from ...