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Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?
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PenthouseHostel
Posted 2011-12-02 11:26 AM (#48278)
Subject: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?


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Are you a backpacker or enjoy hiking and did you wonder where you could spend an unforgettable vacation that wouldn’t break your bank but at the same time would be highly enjoyable? The answer to that question is more than simple: Travel to Armenia and pick one of the cheapest hostels in Yerevan: Penthouse Hostel.
Everyone knows that travelling also implies sightseeing, visiting various tourist attractions, cultural destinations and what not.
Dropping by Penthouse Hostel in Yerevan, you won’t miss out anything important in terms of culture, history, etc. All that because of the fact that the hostel is in the heart of Yerevan and therefore, it’s ridiculously close to a bunch of museums, bus stations, subway and cultural buildings of Armenia.
On the whole, Penthouse Hostel became the second home for backpackers in Yerevan. You are also welcome to become one of them. Just visit our website for more information: www.penthousehostel.org
So what are your favorite budget accommodations in different countries? Have you made your choice of hostels where you would definitely go back to in case you had a chance? And finally, what hostels would you recommend to those travelling to European countries?
Waiting for your ideas and suggestions!!
DeaconStreet
Posted 2011-12-02 3:47 PM (#48280 - in reply to #48278)
Subject: Re: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?


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who in their right mind would go back-packing in Armenia?

yes I have a suggestion - first word begins with an 'F'
johnsharkey
Posted 2011-12-02 4:02 PM (#48282 - in reply to #48278)
Subject: Re: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?
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to Redcar..now there,s a nice place for winter,,,cold old north sea.!!!
Chris
Posted 2011-12-02 4:19 PM (#48283 - in reply to #48278)
Subject: Re: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?


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Armenia is cool - a place that is on my list to visit - fantastic pure nature, great food and home of the worlds finest cognac's, but then each to their own ...
eugene
Posted 2011-12-04 8:12 AM (#48297 - in reply to #48278)
Subject: RE: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?
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My armenian friends say that Yerevan is a very expenisve place to go as a tourist. It is as expensive as Moscow and if you go there it will definitely break your bank but it is worth visitng the holy land where the Disciples based the Christian Church.

Unfortunately you won't be able to "touch" their oldest mountain ARARAT which now belongs to Turkey now. By one of the archiologial threories there were leftovers of the Noah's Ark found in the body of ARARAT.

By Yerevan there's an old village based by the Russian Old Orthodox believers (the Molokans) who still live there and make/preserve a fantastically tasty salt cabbage.

The place is also famous for its lake Sevan with very the pure freashwater which you can drink without special filtering and where you can get a unique type of blue trout caught in this lake.

One can be talking about this old land endlessly............
Arturik
Posted 2012-02-16 5:44 PM (#49287 - in reply to #48278)
Subject: RE: Travelling to Armenia. Where to stay?
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Try this website, http://www.hyurservice.com/eng

Armenia is a great country to visit, a lots of History, they are the first Christian nation in the world, since 301 AD.

I am sure you will love it, we've been there several times, last time in Dec 2010.
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