Courtyard Tbilisi

4 Freedom Square, Tbilisi, 0105, Georgia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 Freedom Square, Tbilisi, is near Batumi Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Tbilisi

    BL #44: Drink Vulture Piss

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... it would surely be such a beautiful and special wine that it would bring us to tears.

    Unfortunately, the first image that came to my mind upon tasting wasn't that of a pheasant crying, but of a vulture ******* directly into the bottle - it was horrific, so bad in fact, that we both wondered if the wine was corked. But it didn't just taste corked - it was as if the winemaker had discovered the wine had gone bad, and to fix the ...

    Giorgi in Tbilisi

    A travel blog entry by pipsmith14 on May 18, 2014

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    ... Catholic; but to be precise, Georgian Orthodox Catholic. Christianity was brought to Georgia very early by comparison to the rest of Europe and despite or in spite of the many foreign invasions including Persians, Mongols, Ottomans and Bolsheviks the little country has held very tightly to its religion to a point that it is innately part of the Georgian culture itself. Giorgi (Georgian for George), a 30-something Georgian ecologist come poet and musician; named for ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 23, 2013

    ... spent much of his time daydreaming about donkeys, and researching them on the internet.
    We found out that:
    Donkeys could walk four kilometers an hour, for eight hours a day. They needed to drink twelve liters of water per day. It was best to buy a trained donkey.
    And we already knew that donkeys were the cheapest livestock around. You'd need several donkeys just to have a fair trade for a sheep.

    First Day in Georgia

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 02, 2013

    59 photos

    ... loons sound like obviously, but Emma thought the sounds were gulls. Not totally believing her (gulls seemed too prosaic), I checked with Peter who I think I heard say he was into birds. He verified what Emma said.

    Emma and I went off in search of breakfast at the hotel restaurant building - neither of us entirely sure of the directions. Emma remembered more than I (this seems a recurring theme) but we went so far and were uncertain so we ...

    Jaxshy Kindness part 2

    A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Aug 16, 2013


    ... Feeling good, I went to explore the city. I walked 5.5km to the old part of town along the river. I explored an old fort and walked around the botanical gardens which were lovely. It was a very pleasant day of exploration and good news. My goal at the end of the day was to make it back to the hostel to get my free dinner. After I walked back the 5.5km to the hostel and bought some new shampoo and soap, I walked thru the hostel doors and heard the girl who worked there saying ...