Armenian Royal Palace Hotel

Address: 4-th St., 17/1, Yerevan, 0029, Armenia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 4-th St., 17/1, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Gobustan Rock Art, and Fountain Square.
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    Face-sized Schwarma

    A travel blog entry by cutiebanana on Jul 22, 2014

    20 photos

    ... chapel; it stolidly stands in front of the newly constructed Saint Anne.

    At Republic Square a little Russian boy charged people with a makeshift gun. When his mother commanded him to 'say sorry' he shouted back 'nyette!!!'


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    The long drive back from Karabakh

    A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Oct 17, 2013

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    ... up on the outskirts of town, it must be a major employer in the town. We finally got off that bloody bus just before 21:00, thank God. I had given up on meeting with the girls so was heading out with Roupen, Hrary and Avak for dinner. As it was I met the girls on my way back to the hostel to drop stuff off but they weren't having a big one anyway, so get to the restaurant for ...

    THE REGION'S BEST NIGHTLIFE?

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... at this response. Arman didn't find this funny. He threw a two-liter bottle of water at his head.
    Arman helped us get to Yerevan, the Armenian capital. I quickly met two local girls, both of whom were named Ermine. Was everyone's name here some re-arrangement of the letters of "Armenia"?
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    A man named Poghos Eghiazar and a woman named Nyne Melik-Vrtanesyan were performing Armenian music, when I entered ...

    Amberd Fortress and Alphabet Park

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... but not much was left except some walls. On the top the Armenian flag was flying. Various ones of us walked to various parts of it. I got to look down from the top part near where the flag was flying but didn't really see the middle part of the fortress that I thought Armine had described. On the site was a small 8th C church that was intact but it was bare of any current religious practice. There was supposed to be a 2 room Roman-style bath here ...

    Tatev Monastery and Wings

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... appointed hour to visit the monastery and bought 2 postcards. When Nour and I were talking about the postcards, he mentioned again that his wife's photo of the Tatev monastery that someone copied and made into a postcard was one of the most popular - the one with the white flowers on the left. So I got out my cards and looked - lo and behold, one of the cards was the photo his wife took!

    A few words about the cable car - it was only recently erected - 4 ...