Hotel Charm

11 Chakhrukhadze Street, Tbilisi, Georgia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Chakhrukhadze Street, Tbilisi, is near Batumi Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Tbilisi

    Georgia - traveling the Caucasus for $20 per day.

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... historical sights, cheap accommodation, food and transport, which suited us well since we were determined to stick to our all inclusive budget of $20 a day per person. The nature in Georgia is truly magnificent, the Caucasian mountains are an endless sea of green and this magical place looks like post card images of the Scottish Highlands. We found the people in Georgia to be its real treasure; Wadi the architect and restaurant owner that invited us in from the street, helped ...

    Giorgi in Tbilisi

    A travel blog entry by pipsmith14 on May 18, 2014

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    ... circumstances. "How do you think the world will end?" Giorgi burst out with, on another of his thought tangents. "Well, not sustaining any unpredicted circumstances, our earths life will probably be tied to the lifespan of the sun, which I think still has a few billion years to go" I responded, in very high school science teacher fashion. "No" said Giorgi "I know; 30 years." After politely quizzing him on the basis of this theory Giorgi responded. "It is global ...

    CAMEL GUY

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 25, 2013

    ... br> -----Camel Guy sat on a fallen tree. Resting beside him was an old gypsy wagon, so heavy it looked like it'd be difficult for even a camel to pull it.
    -----The fallen tree and its branches enclosed a kind of "living room" for Camel Guy. The contents of his wagon lay around him. A rusty, portable stove. Unwashed pots and tea-kettles, which the animals drank from and knocked over. Clothes and blankets, hung to dry.
    -----Eight ...

    Bazaar and Botanical Garden Day

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 17, 2013

    104 photos

    ... not that he isn't worth it, of course. I was attracted to the felt goods that I saw - only two booths, so not much of a selection. Two men with some little felt animals would not negotiate and were disgusted with me - I don't know what their problem was....everyone else seemed willing to negotiate. And I am one of wimpiest negotiators around.

    Around noon I left the bazaar and was heading for the gardens but quite thirsty and in ...

    GRANDMA NOSTALGIA

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 03, 2013

    ... She loved downhill skiing. She loved spending a week every year in Pentwater, Michigan with her best friend Jan Levandosky and her kids and grandkids; we played in Lake Michigan's waves, played cards at night, cooked marshmallows, and slept in a camper-van.
    She traveled with her family to Florida, where her parents had bought land. Great Grandpa Abel showed us the wild and exotic birds whom he gave fish to; Great ...