Hotel British House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we got a good view of the valley below, the mountain tops
were still shrouded in fog. We returned
to just below the reservoir then took a less used road up the east side of the
reservoir and on towards Shatili near the Chechnya border. With the weather somewhat improved we drove
over the Darvisjvari pass and got splendid views all around. This is a higher pass at 2672m.
Along this route we drove beside rushing, tumbling mountain
... I had walked around this area several times by night, I never even realized that there were two fantastic pedestrian streets down by the river, just a few steps off of the Main Street in the Old Town.
Tbilisi is a really cool place, even though it lacks the number of attractions that Yerevan has. Returning here is a funny thing, because it almost feels like I've come back home - it's no wonder that Georgia has been on my ...
... good, audience members would cry.
-----Nowadays, Goran earned his living by making performances with his animals. Canary Guy had been an inspiration for him. He thought the way many young Westerners traveled was unheathy; they saved money in their home countries, then went to cheap countries for six months and did no work.
-----He advised Walker and me to get a dog first, then maybe a donkey, and also a bird. This was golden business advice. ...
... at sometimes lightening speed. Back in Tbilisi we held high hopes for discovering the hidden population who we thought must surely venture out on a Saturday evening. WRONG. Once again we were one of the few people in each of the places we visited. Even the lovely Buddha Bar was completely empty except staff and a group of eight ladies out for some form of mild celebration. So all in all, beautiful city yes, atmosphere ...
... of them had lived in the USA, and some had worked for the foreign oil companies. Yerlan and Al's boss here in Aktau was also there. His name was Okan and he was from Istanbul. They ran a scrap metal business. At around 230am it was time to leave the cafe ,and I was given a ride back to my hotel. When Yerlan dropped me off he asked if I had wifi in my hotel and if we could stay in contact. I told him I didnt have wifi, so he took a portable wifi hotspot out of his bag and gave ...