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You would think that I would have my route to Freedom Square down by now but on the way down to Freedom Square, I missed it. I went straight instead of turning - I did notice a building that looked unfamiliar but kept on going until I passed a busy section and then headed into a run-down section. I went back two streets and turned toward what …
This has been sort of a rest day. I woke up at 3 am and went back to sleep, woke up again at 5 am by my alarm and got ready for taxi to the airport at 5:30 am. Gavin and Maire were already downstairs and so was the taxi driver at 5:25 am. How can I be on time and always late?? I stepped outside into the dark and rain! We have been so lucky - I …
... above the stage, had heavy satirical political overtones and could never have been performed pre-1991!
The current, very pro-American Georgian president is determined to make on his mark on Tbilisi and the very contemporary Peace Bridge which dominates the city centre, the very odd looking tubular concert hall under construction and the presidential palace with its newly installed glass dome (representing the “transparency of the presidency”) ...
July 20th - August 20th 2013
Samarkand - Bukhara - Khiva - Nukus
I awoke the next morning at 425am ready to leave Nukus and continue my journey. I got my stuff together quickly and headed over to meet Rasheed. As soon as I opened the front door to the hotel, Rasheed came walking out. He immediately called a taxi for me. We ...
... and see the city and country that Geula once called home. It was an emotional return for Geula – this time as an adult American citizen with family in tow. It was an opportunity for both reconnection and to share with her own family Geula’s early roots and the experience of a country that she left behind.
Georgia is a small country (slightly smaller than South Carolina with population ~4.5 million) ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Hotel Diplomat had decent sized rooms, good breakfast offerings, and helpful staff. I had tried to find a hotel closer to Liberty Square. I thought from the description that Hotel Diplomat was not that far away, but I found when I walked that is was quite some distance and I briefly lost my way the first time I walked back up the hill to the hotel.
When I mentioned that I needed to find transport back to Yerevan, they readily offered to help arrange it and I was quite happy with the outcome.
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