No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tbilisi
Tbilisi and Mtskheta Sights: Abanotubani, Narikala Fortress , Karvasla Museum, Metekhi church, Saint Trinity Church , Sioni Cathedral, basilica Anchiskhati, Art Museum, Jvari , Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
Arrival at the Tbilisi airport, transfer and accommodation at the Georgian House Hotel Tbilisi. Dinner at Restaurant Tamada with national cuisine, wine and Georgian live music.
... Georgian literature. Sometimes, she wondered if all this studying was meaningful. She recited to me a poem by the Latin writer, Ovid, in which a foolish girl studies all the time only to ultimately have her grave stepped on by a man who doesn't know nor care that an educated girl lies below him.
She took me to the house of her friend, Niklas. This likeable, bearded young man enjoyed having intelligent ...
... but I added some milk. I was also able to get my 100 lari note changed so that was a good thing!
From there we force-marched to the state museum and Nick got us passes with which we could come and go. All we had to do if we wanted to come back in was tell the bag check lady - "Visit Georgia" or "Nick" and she would let us back in. Nick took us to the archeological exhibit, named the Treasury (part of Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia). ...
... a greater contrast with Old Tbilisi or the Georgia that one sees beyond the capital’s centre. A heavy and very prominent police presence, all black uniforms and looking like a cross between the Mafia and KGB, the Bentleys we see parked outside our hotel are further signs of something a little sinister in this land of very strange contradictions, haunted by its past in the Russian empire and the ghost of its famous son
Will be interesting to follow what happens ...