Armenian Royal Palace Hotel
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Back in Georgia D finds the drivers far more aggressive especially in the towns. There was some sense of order in Azerbaijan that seems to be lacking here. Even pedestrian crossing worked in Baku, though one didn’t linger on them.
Now we are back visiting churches and monasteries. A 6th century convent we accidently came across that is very simple and plain and from the same period originally, the Ikalto Monastery that ...
Well after flaky Friday, I was really determined, today would be less fatigue affected.
I woke up to snoring; which is kind of inevitable when sharing a room. In fact I was glad to wake up in order to be able to go on an early morning walk. Boy was it quiet. Very few people were walking around and there were few cars on the road. All the shops were shut and the air was cool. What a contrast to yesterday ...
... than about 500m away. Despite warnings from the guide that we only had 30 mins, and most people being back at the bus OK, some people were still 25 mins late getting back to the bus. Geez. There was a shop there but I seriously doubt the guy makes any money – its in the middle of nowhere and we were probably the only people that stopped there during the afternoon.
... place. But, I felt the museum's exhibits lacked psychological depth.
-----What had been Turkey's motive for doing this? Were they worried about having Armenian Christians in their land during World War I? (Armenians thought of Eastern Turkey as "Western Armenia".) And ... where were the first-hand accounts of the victims? Were there any stories of Armenian heroism?
-----Nearing the end of the museum's exhibits, I came upon ...
... they started and they were good, but not so good that I should have waited so long to see them, but since I was obsessed with seeing them, I had to do it. I was a little creeped out by a man in a striped shirt who seemed to be lurking by me. He was just probably doing what I was doing and maintaining his space for when the show would start. But still, as soon as I had seen/heard a few songs, I was ready to hit the road and went off in search of a taxi. The first one ...