Travel Blogs from Georgia

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BL #56: Georgian Wine Tasting, Telavi, Georgia travel blog

BL #56: Georgian Wine Tasting

A travel blog entry by pwong

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Being renowned for wine, both its current-day production and its long and storied history, any visit to Georgia would not be complete without a visit to one of its wine-growing regions to sample a few of the many wineries.  It's always interesting to ...

BL #55: Be Adopted By a Georgian Granny, Telavi, Georgia travel blog

BL #55: Be Adopted By a Georgian Granny

A travel blog entry by pwong

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That sneaky bastard GI Ardia - I was convinced he had retreated, but that was all a strategic ploy on his part, so that he could mount a surprise counter attack when my guard was down.  Even worse, today he brought reinforcements, in the form of a ...

BL #53: Participate In a Gong Show, Gori, Georgia travel blog

BL #53: Participate In a Gong Show

A travel blog entry by pwong

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Booking tours in the Caucasus continues to be a challenge, especially here in Tbilisi - while quite successful with Envoy tours the first few days, unfortunately, I've done pretty much all the tours I wanted to do with them, with the exception of their ...

BL #52: Channel My Inner Michael Bolton, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

BL #52: Channel My Inner Michael Bolton

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... , but because I had Georgia On My Mind!  After seven nights in Yerevan, it's definitely time to move on back to Georgia, something I'm quite looking forward to.  Though I had spent three nights in Tbilisi at the start of this tour through the ...

BL #54: Shrink the World, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

BL #54: Shrink the World

A travel blog entry by pwong

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Travel shrinks the World, bringing people, culture, and ideas together, ideally helping to bridge the gaps that exist among humanity - whether or not that is the intention, it's perhaps the best byproduct of one of the most enjoyable past times.  It ...

Welcome to Atlanta, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Welcome to Atlanta

A travel blog entry by madman96

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Tuning into any one of the various hip hop radio stations as I drive past spaghetti junction (where I-85 crosses I-285 just north of Atlanta) I start to feel the vibe that is Hotlanta, or maybe you prefer the dirty south.  Ludacris, Outkast, JD and ...

BL #44: Drink Vulture Piss, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

BL #44: Drink Vulture Piss

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... , as we were never sure if it was truly indicative of what Georgian wines had to offer.  After a few days in Georgia that involved some substantial wine drinking, it became clear that the bottle of Pheasant's Tears was an aberration, surely corked. ...

Sidetracked in Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Sidetracked in Savannah

A travel blog entry by bashleyf

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       There was a TV show called Savannah a while ago. I don't remember much about the show, but I've wanted to check out Savannah ever since I saw it. I would never have gone to Savannah solely for the purpose of going ...

Tbilisi Market, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

Tbilisi Market

A travel blog entry by yellowdragon

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BL #42: Be Over and Underwhelmed, At the Same Time, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

BL #42: Be Over and Underwhelmed, At the Same Time

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With only a few hours left in Istanbul before departing for Georgia, I made a beeline over to Topkapi Palace immediately after breakfast and checking out of the hostel.  With the Museum Pass, I could easily stroll right inside, tour the palace for a ...

HOTLANTA!, Atlanta, United States travel blog

HOTLANTA!

A travel blog entry by aborder

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Day 121 May 4th - I wake early as I have a few Internet jobs to complete. Once these are done, I pack my stuff and throw out a few things. I'm flying with SpiritAIr, not only do they charge you to talk and smile, they also charge for carry on so I ...

Probably the best hot springs ever.........., Whalers Bay, Deception Island and Aitcho Island, Antarctica travel blog

Probably the best hot springs ever..........

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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Set the alarm for 3am for sunrise but it is cloudy outside so we go back to bed. We are woken by the bing bong of the PA system at 7.30am for breakfast and it is still cloudy and a bit snowy. We have arrived at Deception Island. Curious name and ...

Visiting Erik's Dad, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

Visiting Erik's Dad

A travel blog entry by yellowdragon

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we went to visit the famous Georgian artist :-). ...

Georgian Hospital, Tbilissi, Georgia travel blog

Georgian Hospital

A travel blog entry by yellowdragon

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... good place to make holiday or go skiing. With the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Georgia entered a very difficult time. (see History of Georgia and the CIA world factbook). Finally we were called to the doctor's office ...

Hot,Damn Hot, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Hot,Damn Hot

A travel blog entry by sunnysean

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... with my meal but it will cost ya,she smiled :-) When I was in New York people were saying "You're going to Georgia, Jeeze Buddy watcha yerslef, its dangerous down there!" before they drunkly disappeared to catch the subway at half one in the morning :-) ...

Should Have Brought The Orange Wigs!, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Should Have Brought The Orange Wigs!

A travel blog entry by patry

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We got up to continue our zig zag back and forth between South Carolina and Georgia.  Please don't ask why!  Since we were driving right past Augusta on our way to Stone Mountain, the golfer amongst us just couldn't resist making the stop. ...

CRAZY RIDES TO SAN ANTONIO, White Sands Nat'l Mnmt., United States travel blog

CRAZY RIDES TO SAN ANTONIO

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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Hitchhiking east from the Grand Canyon, I got stranded for five hours in Flagstaff. Then, a crazy lady picked me up. She wasn't extravagantly crazy or dangerous - but she had her problems. And, it wasn't she who drove me to Albuquerque, but I who ...

Georgian Soul, part II, Tbilisi, Georgia travel blog

Georgian Soul, part II

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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... , and he was the first western traveler I'd seen since Kyrgyzstan. Visiting the Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, the largest in Georgia and visible throughout downtown Tbilisi, I marveled at the paintings and lit a few candles, though the massive cathedral ...

BL #43: Learn How to Make Georgian Dumplings, Kazbegi, Georgia travel blog

BL #43: Learn How to Make Georgian Dumplings

A travel blog entry by pwong

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Perhaps one of the reasons why I loved last night's khinkali so much, was that they actually taste somewhat like Chinese dumplings.  In fact, the method of eating them, where you bite off a small chunk of dough and suck out all the broth, reminds me ...

Lightening those plane loads, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Lightening those plane loads

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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Apparently Atlanta's airport is the busiest in the world. Almost a million 'airplane movements' last year. While I am still waiting for a brave airline to start offering fares based on body weight (never in America because of the lard-ass lobby), ...

rafting the White Salmon, White Salmon whitewater rafting, United States travel blog

rafting the White Salmon

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I woke up at 7AM, had a shower, dropped camp and went for a big breakfast.  A couple hours later I left on a white water rafting trip with Zollers on the White Salmon River.  It was a 7 1/2 mile adventure filled with wicked white.  I was ...

White Sands National Monument, White Sands National Monument, United States travel blog

White Sands National Monument

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I left camp at 9AM and drove 18 miles to White Sands National Monument.  Can you guess why they call it that?  Well, the sand dunes formed over 250 million years ago when this region was at the bottom of the sea ...

Bakuriani - THE MOUNTAINS, Bakuriani, Georgia travel blog

Bakuriani - THE MOUNTAINS

A travel blog entry by yellowdragon

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... that I didn't notice my state while Baidi was with me. Anyway. Now she was gone. I didn't really care where we would go. Georgia seemed grey, sad and cold to me at the moment. Moreover I was sick. I missed Baidi. I couldn't stand being without her. So ...

Davit Gareja, Davit Gareja, Georgia travel blog

Davit Gareja

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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Home sweet home!, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Home sweet home!

A travel blog entry by sojanet

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I'm home! Home! HOME! After 9 hours of sitting in the middle seat, I arrived in America!  I can eavesdrop now, order food like a perfectly functional person, and say hello to Benjamin.  Hartfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta is the biggest ...

Georgia national sites, Plains, United States travel blog

Georgia national sites

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... Site.  I visited Jimmy Carter's boyhood home and toured its inside.  I also drove by his current home in Plains, Georgia. I then drove another four or five hours south until I reached Tampa, Florida. ...

Home, Atlanta, United States travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by arlash

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January 15, 05 Shanghai is the  largest city in China. Beijing is the 2nd. Shanghai is a much different place. It's a new city with shining structures, modern shopping and entertainment centers all over. There is really no old section of the city ...

Planes, Trains, and......beaches???????, Savannah, United States travel blog

Planes, Trains, and......beaches???????

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... history during the Revolutionary War as a bloody battlefield and continued with over 100 years of the Central of Georgia Railway's operations. I visited the massive roundhouse with operating turntable, saw the 125 foot industrial smokestack, examined the ...

Historic Savannah!, Savannah, United States travel blog

Historic Savannah!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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"Savannah, Georgia. Established in 1733 to become a bustling port for exporting cotton and a city of culture whose architecture blended a variety of styles...Federal, English Regency, Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Romanesque Revival and ...

CIVIL WAR, Atlanta, United States travel blog

CIVIL WAR

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I started the day at Stones River National Battlefield.  It was at this site between December 31, 1862 to January 2, 1863 during the Civil War that the Confederate Army of Tennessee fought the Union Army of the Cumberland which resulted in 30% ...

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