Hotel Armazi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> I decided to walk up the east bank of the river. Just crossing the road to get up to the bridge was a challenge they drive hard and fast here and straight at you; so watch out.
After crossing back to the west side, I found myself in a flea market. It is amazing the range of things they sell; from circuit components to religious ornaments. By this time, finding a toilet was becoming quite a challenge.
I was back by ...
... of our hotel.
Tues, Nov 19
After breakfast at the hotel, we set off on a walking tour with our local guide, ZaZa. We took a taxi to the old town and had a walk around. He took us down a gorge in the middle of the old town to find a hidden waterfall. We walked around the old part and saw lots of neat architecture. Such a mix of Asian and European and the Silk Road staples of a blue tiled mosque and hammams (baths). We ...
... Or maybe he'd done it on purpose?
He told my dad that, since he had so much money, he'd given the waitress a big tip.
My family did some funny things.
But, they were pretty healthy. I considered myself lucky that, as I was about to turn thirty-four, I still had all four of my grandparents. (One of the Georgian Kobaladzes, while toasting to everybody's parents and grandparents, had called me ...
... was raining and in places a heavy mist obscured vision, the road from the border down towards Tbilisi is fifteen kilometres of sheer hell..I've never ridden anything so bad ever...I was properly scared for a big chunk of it, think off road, downhill, in the dark, in the rain, scary drivers hooning everywhere with a mix of diesel, cows , camels (yes you read it right) dogs and a herd of sheep...If it was the only ...
... about American and Kazakhstan and whether or not I might be actually undercover as a CIA operative. A bunch of goofs and jokes later we headed out from Max's house and went back to chill at Yerlan's for the rest of the night. I listened to an audiobook and read for the remainder of the evening.
On Friday, I woke up late again close to noon. Went out and bought some bread, bananas, and ramen noodles. Watched some tv and worked out. Headed out to the Renaissance ...