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... the Holy Trinity (Tsminsa Sameba) Cathedral, which has been built on the eastern valley side of the city - opposite the old town. Work began on the building in 1994, shortly after Georgian independence, and it has been open since 2004. What is interesting, in the context of nearly 80 years of Soviet enforced secularism, is that the cathedral was funded almost entirely from anonymous donations from the general public. From here I crossed back to the old town side of ...
... like tomato-based sauces. A second round of beer was a mistake. Coffee finished off the meal.
It was a place to people watch, including the Windsor Witch and Chompers dining across the aisle plus Dave, Tina Talksalot, Lawrence of Arabia and Butterfly Man as a quartet walking by.
A few night shots and back c 2145 to read the message from Aleko about long pants for manana. Some email stuff and zonked out before 2245.
... 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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... is the centre of the city’s café and nightlife. Behind the restored facades though, there remains much to be done and a lot of restoration and rebuilding is underway. One of the restored buildings houses a pub and a small marionette theatre where we spend one of the more bizarre evening of our entire trip watching a Romeo and Juliet like love story played out between two railway locomotives! Set in Soviet times, the play in Georgian with English supra-titles run on ...