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Ushguli claims to be the highest permanently occupied village in Europe. First L wants to know when they changed the parameters for the boundary of Europe. When she went to school, ancient history I know, she was taught that the main Caucasus ridge, that along which the Georgian/Russian border runs was the diving line between Europe and Asia, North of the ridge is Europe, south of the ridge is Asia. Now Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan ...
... I had walked around this area several times by night, I never even realized that there were two fantastic pedestrian streets down by the river, just a few steps off of the Main Street in the Old Town.
Tbilisi is a really cool place, even though it lacks the number of attractions that Yerevan has. Returning here is a funny thing, because it almost feels like I've come back home - it's no wonder that Georgia has been on my ...
... best and predisposed to be gracious, kind and helpful. Maria and Anna are the assistants who kept the place clean and took care of us too but we were always happier when Nino was on duty.
Alegra and Ryan
We had the fun company of Alegra and Ryan (staying in the small room on our floor). He is from Nova Scotia, Canada, she from Ohio, USA. They met a year and half ago in Ecuador where she was teaching English and he ...
If nothing more the night train from Batumi to Tbilisi was a glorious 7 hour sleep. Even with fellow companions in our cabin, no one snored and a restful sleep was had by all. Arriving in Tbilisi at the bright and breezy hour of 7am we headed straight to our hostel "Art Hostel" and were pleased to discover we were able to check into our private room there and then so did so and slept until noon. Don't believe everything you hear, ...
... dinner. We just had to see if they had our favorites; baba ganoush, humus, tabbouleh. In fact, they serve all the Lebanese mezzas. Atmosphere is casual and informal. Pricing is reasonable. We were delighted to discover such authentic Lebanese food here in Georgia.
August 17, 2013 - Tbilisi
Cedar of Lebanon, Lebanese Hospitality
We went back for another dose of ...