Three Armenian Khatchkars (cross stone) on Sevan peninsula on Lake Sevan.

Armenian Khachkars on Lake Sevan

Armenian Khachkars on Lake Sevan

  • Leon Bergham

    Your photos reminded me with the latest trip we had in Armenia.
    It was good for us to be in a new adventure, discovering a new land.
    We had the opportunity to be in different cities of Armenia, Sevan,
    Dilijan, Yerevan, Garni and Geghard.
    The country is in further developments as we saw and the tourism
    attractions available are able to create a good touristic location by
    several manners. We have been surprised with the culture, history
    and the language of the Armenian people.
    We have faced few problems in Dilijan city, that was due to the
    B&B service we have reserved! The name was Dili Villa Hostel
    We stayed there for a night, this B&B services are not corresponding
    to other places we have stayed in Armenia, it was not clean, no hygine,
    no foreign language speaking staff, no care, food not fresh and the house
    owners are I guess not Armenians ! I couldnt excpect such atitude from
    an Armenian ! Our trip was spoiled due to their stuiped tour packages
    available also in the internet at http://www.dilitours.de !!
    We have also visited the local attarctions available in the city Yerevan,
    the museums, Erebuni old city and a trip around Yerevan with a taxi.
    I would take this opportunity to thank all Armenians, for their hospitality,
    kindness and being very helpful towards foreign incomming tourists.
    We wish Armenia a briliant future.

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