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... farms were seen. Lots of lorries were on the road, presumably coming from Georgia. The forests were a darker green. The bus was relatively quiet. With this lot, silence is golden.
We stopped in Alaverdi to see the oldest bridge in Armenia that has not been reconstructed, built in 1192. Queen's 'Bomenian Rhapsody' seemed out of place, booming out of a cafe.
By 1215 we were off, climbing switchbacks to nearby Haghpat Monastery. This is where Armenian ...
Although not actually raining when we left Tbilisi it was
still very threatening. We managed to
get in a couple of visits to more Monasteries before the heavens opened and
nearly drowned us. The rain was so heavy
that D gave up trying to drive in it and pulled off the road and had a sleep
while the heaviest rained itself out.
Jvari monastery is another one that sits on a high point
over looking a confluence of ...
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... if we wanted massages, it would be an extra 10 lari per person. We said OK and were shown to a private room. When we asked about the public baths - she said they were out on the street - or something like that - we really didn't understand. She asked if wanted towels, soap and shampoo and we ended up with all of them. The room had an anteroom for changing and then the inner room had two showers, a sulfur water pool and a massage table covered in ...
Khinkali, A Georgian Staple
Had fantastic lunch at Tbilisi Restaurant on the north side of Dry Bridge (left bank). Great food and good place to people watch. We enjoyed the Caesar salad and had our first Khinkali, Georgian dumplings with variety of fillings, meat, cheese, potato or mushrooms. But what makes these so different is that they also have broth in them. There is a trick to eating them like ...