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... also playing. Had a java with the girls. Opted for an iced coffee but shied away from the ice cubes; still refreshing. The Clock Tower performance drew a small crowd, the occasion for the girls and I to people watch and pass remarks [13.2GL].
We walked along Rustaveli Street, a major thoroughfare, to the Museum of Georgia. Aleko was able to get a guide so he left us there, undoubtedly happy to escape Yappy. It was about 1230. The ...
... wine, and more wine, and green tea. Desserts usually included dried fruits and nuts, although one night Linda had a chocolate crepe and I had a chocolate molten cake! We tried everything and there was not one dish that we didn't like - a surprise in such a foreign country. The following day, we elected to go to Stalin's birth place and museum. When we arrived and stepped off the bus, in the parking lot was a motorcycle gang! The Stalin's Angels (?). We wondered ...
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... to the hostel and had a kebab for dinner. We waited round the hostel the next morning awaiting news on our Russian visas, waiting to get the call from Suse that we had to go into the embassy. At about 2pm she told us she didn't need us there but that she would be a while so we were to stay another night in Tbilisi. So we checked back into the hostel and stayed there while the skies decided to open up for a couple of ...
... decided to get some lunch and Lowell joined us. We walked down the street to where Nick had told us there would be restaurants. After a bit of wandering, we found one with quite a few people and decided to eat there. We got the specials where 13.90 lari bought us 2 dishes and a drink. I had a big bowl of gazpacho and a Caesar salad - both were quite good - not exactly Georgian food, but quite nice for lunch - almost too much. I found out that Lowell ...