Hotel British House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... tyrannical forces - from Genghis Khan, through Timurlane to the Red Army. The obvious difference with the last of these is that anybody above the age of 30 will remember life under the Soviets and unlike some of the other countries that I have visited (from former-Yugoslavia to Kazakhstan), there appears to be little doubt here amongst the people that I have spoken to as to the fact that the country is better-off without them. This is displayed in the new exhibit - ...
... lighting; rather atmospheric for a stretch. A new province awaited us on the other side with roadside corn on the cob stalls. There were two wide lanes so passing was easy.
We stopped in nearby Dilijan. It's a quiet town with an older section that we walked. A tailor was happy to have his photograph taken, holding up scissors. A small if flat version of a Greek theatre was unexpected. A java was also on the agenda, dumping the final coins part of the ...
... and Bob made it to the top where a church still stands. We completed the day and our visit at the Griboedov Theater for a short talk from Paul Salopek who is on an eight year quest to walk from the human journey from Africa to South America. (He has a blog). We then had a performance of the Georgian National Dance Group - an amazing performance of Georgian dances. By the time they were done, continually landing on their knees , my knee really ached. On to ...
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... neighborhoods with crumbling old and refurbished old buildings. We went almost as far up as the radio tower, quite a climb. Back down, we came out on Rastaveli, the main street with stately buildings and trendy shops and restaurants.
We found Prospero's Bookstore hidden down small alley. I had emailed from Istanbul about a Lonely Planet guidebook for Georgia. They were out of stock then and were still out of stock. We decided ...