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... i ożywczo jak nigdy dotąd). Chwila orzeźwienia i ruszamy dalej.
Przy właściwie każdej knajpce pracują rozpylacze wody i przechodzimy w stronę Katedry Sioni w niezwykle przyjemnej dla zmysłów chmurze chłodnej wilgoci. Katedra jest piękna, jest to budynek w swej pierwotnej postaci datujący wstecz aż do VI w., który ulegał mniejszym lub większym zniszczeniom i poddawany był niezliczonym przebudowom, ...
... very suddenly the fog cleared so we headed
off down the northern side. Later when
we camped in a valley in this region we had frost on the ground in the morning.
For those so inclined there is some really good hiking in
this region. It is beginning to be
developed too, with a couple of hotels in the small villages. There is also a park ranger station that we
passed and a visitor centre though, as we didn’t go in there we ...
Like its neighbour, Armenia, Georgia is a small country and if you are based in the capital many of the main sights can be done as day trips from the capital, there are many churches and religious places of interest, since this was the second Christian country in the world after Armenia. Tbilisi, the capital is located at the foothills of the Trialeti Mountains and the old town is a brilliant cross road between Asia and Europe, the city is also ...
... gone to the Botanical Garden first, but somehow decided to get to the market before it fizzled. Instead, I got there at 10:30 am before it really got started. Across the square from the Marriott, there are two streets going downhill. I took the one to the left and realized that this was the street that led to where the bus parked when we had free time in Tbilisi before heading out to East Georgia. I came out near a bridge that I thought might be ...
... up to do favors for people." He said, "If they wanted to do me a favor, they could stay in their seats so we could play some cards!"
Grandma Bott, until she became sick, had lived to serve others. She'd had six kids and cooked for them and raised them to be happy. She was a nurse, and she worked hard. She did nice things for her seventeen grandchildren, with what seemed to be superhuman energy.
When I was a ...