Armenian Royal Palace

17/1, 4th Silikyan distri, Yerevan, 0029, Armenia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yerevan

Day trip to Lake Sevan

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... tourists here were of Armenian descent, coming back to see the homeland.

A pleasant surprise at lunchtime - it was much better than on the Karabakh tour. While we were eating the Ukrainian guy from the bus went for a swim in the lake even though ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... place. But, I felt the museum's exhibits lacked psychological depth.
-----I wondered:
-----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 ...

Amberd Fortress and Alphabet Park

A travel blog entry by dmarek


... anyway so I asked Armine if I could go get my other camera. It was a little walk to the bus and when I came back, I took the last seat available. I turned on my Nikon to take a photo of the lovely array of salads on the table.....and, of course, the card was full. My extra card was with the lumix that I had just returned to the I just gave up and started serving myself to catch up with the others. All the veggie salads were very good and ...

Tatev Monastery and Wings

A travel blog entry by dmarek


... and the loss of jobs after the war. The silk factories, which had been supplied with silk from Azerbaijan and started in the Soviet era, are vacant ruins. There are bullet holes in a lot of buildings and a lot of buildings still in ruins. According to Nour, Shushi is gradually being restored and a large influx of money from the diaspora will be supporting a lot of new reconstruction.

Nour dropped me off at St. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral while he went to ...

Capital of Armenia

A travel blog entry by p45


... looks like a nice city to explore for a day or two but we won't be able to do it justice in the short time frame we have. We stopped for a coffee in a cafe. The coffee comes in a little copper flask with a handle that they pour into the little espresso cup in front of you. Quite a nice way to drink coffee. Lots of sediment in the bottom though. After coffee we walked around for a bit more sightseeing before heading south towards the Iran ...


This 4 star hotel, located on 17/1, 4th Silikyan distri, Yerevan, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Fountain Square, and Gobustan Rock Art.
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