Boutique-hotel "Villa Berika"
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travel Blogs from Tbilisi
... The exterior was close in texture to licorice. Continued for views from the pedestrian Peace Bridge over the river. The breezes alone were reason enough to visit.
There were examples of 19th c Georgian architecture. The sun was not my friend in trying to get some better representations.
Approaching noon, we headed for the Clock Tower, an odd looking structure that has an angel come out at noon to ring a bell twelve ...
... proud of the displays and tended to over do the presentation. I want to touch on food as it is fairly unusual and very good - variations of the menu are served at both lunch and dinner and we experienced it four times. A meal is server family style starting with bread, cucumber/tomato salad, a cheese, red beans in a sauce, a pizza like pie (we had a tarragon one and cheese a few times), chicken or pork usually barbecued with garlic or plum sauce, ...
... 1085;ь краси 74;ый город, вполн 77; под стать европ 77;йским. Видно, что в после 76;нее время ...
... group and walked down the big street of town which is like the Champ Élysées, with them and had milk shakes in a famous English bookshop. Quinn and I then carried on walking for about an hour to reach a shopping mall by the train station as we were in search of dry bags for our sleeping gear. The shopping mall was a huge disappointment along with the one beside it we also visited, so we walked the long ...
... us after answering last questions. The archeological exhibit had lots of beautiful gold jewelry and vessels made from gold or silver as well as other golden artifacts from the Pre-Christian period, including things from Colchis - the land of the Golden Fleece. There was mention of how people used sheepskins to pick up the gold from the rivers and streams because the sheep hair would catch the gold. Hence the golden fleece perhaps.