Armenian Royal Palace Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Had lots to catch up on so up c 0730 for ablutions and computer stuff, pretty much finishing the draft by the time of the 1000 brekkie rendezvous. Had had a java in the room as I worked away on things.
Took a taxi to the Minotel Barsam Suites [1,000AD] near noon. Our rooms were ready which was a bonus. Got yesterday's blog up before meeting up with the others. The girls are staying in town. The rest of us went ...
Breakfast is one of our key indicators of a good hotel. The Imperial Palace buffet breakfast was located in a basement restaurant and although it displayed a limited array of dishes, the fruit was beautifully fresh and the hot dishes were good.
The hotel appeared to accommodate mostly business clients, many of whom were part of a conference being held within the hotel. Unlike the genial staff, the breakfast patrons were ...
... But just where are the Caucasus?" Everyone was familiar with the name of the region but few had any exact idea of its location, nor the countries it comprises.
We agree, it's hard to get your head around the Caucasus, the strange mountainous isthmus sitting between the Black Sea to the west and the Caspian Sea to the east. To the north lies Russia and a number of neighbouring independent states under Russian jurisdiction (including Dagestan, ...
... with couples welcoming single members of their tour to their table. Fleetingly, I wondered whether a tour like this may not be so bad after all.
Their tour guide appeared as if on cue. A diminutive, brittle woman possibly aged in her early seventies, she was dressed in a striking tight, black layered suit topped by a jaunty, if rather absurd black beret - an outfit she wore for the three days we were at the hotel. I watched fascinated as ...