Hotel Ambasadori

Address: 13, Shavteli Street, Tbilisi, 0105, Georgia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 13, Shavteli Street, Tbilisi, is near Batumi Botanical Gardens.
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      Episode 17

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Sep 28, 2014

      52 photos

      ... 8217;t really see, then
      leads the procession of these 4 people, bride and groom, each with an attendant
      behind holding the crown over the respective head, around the altar 3 times.
      After that a bit more is read, the crowns removed and the ceremony over. Two priests are involved, or at least they
      were here, but not at the bit we saw of the ceremony the other day.

      This 14th century church is quite small, what with the
      wedding party ...

      BL #52: Channel My Inner Michael Bolton

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 23, 2014

      13 photos

      ... us all to Tbilisi a lot quicker than with public transportation.

      Unfortunately, the heat wave in the Caucasus continued - Tbilisi was far hotter than the first time I was here, with temperatures in the high 30s. Though it is a couple of degrees cooler than in Yerevan, the heat here is far more oppressive because of the much higher humidity (60% vs 15%), due to Tbilisi's location on the Mtkvari river. So even though we ...

      CAMEL GUY

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 25, 2013

      3 photos

      ... was able to speak for long periods of time without listening. Maybe he did this because he was lonely? Or maybe he was lonely BECAUSE he did this? Or maybe he did this because he knew Walker and I were just going to ask him something stupid, like, "Does our donkey need a passport?"
      -----So, we learned a lot about Camel Guy. That was good.
      -----His name was Goran. He was a white-skinned gypsy from Switzerland.
      -----He'd set out on his ...

      First Day in Georgia

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 02, 2013

      59 photos

      ... woman passport control officer yelled at me to come forward because the automatic turnstile was broken and I had hesitated in front of it. Then we had to trek for quite a ways with our bags to the other side. I was getting tired by the time I made it to the Georgian passport control. They made us send all our bags through the x-ray machine. I heard someone giving me directions and it turned out to be Nick, our Georgian tour leader. My green ...

      Tbilisi, Georgia: Is anyone out there?

      A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 28, 2013

      28 photos

      ... s who wonder off, hold up the bus and return bang on time. Except for this time when the bus driver actually drove off which I thought was hilarious and despite their belongings being sat on the seat opposite me I chose to keep quiet. Tut tut. Luckily for them however someone else decided to raise the alarm and have the driver stop. Sure enough over they ran laughing and joking. Little did they know we had been ...