How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Hotel Kopala
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kopala Tbilisi
Travel Blogs from Tbilisi
... covers a lot of northern Armenia which would otherwise be difficult to see in one day. Unfortunately, with it being off-peak season the tour didn't have sufficient numbers to run - but its a deal to look out for, even if you don't stay at the hostels.
... an old goat [3,000AD].
Made friends with a dog getting some shade under the vehicle. Got him to come out for scratches. Surprised he did not have a heart attack when Yappy came over.
Off by 1440, the border the next stop. Armenia's farewell present was a sunny exit. The whole process went fast. Had to walk the luggage over a bridge. Realized Laura's haste in getting us in line meant did not get to say goodbye to her. No currency exchange so will have to ...
We have reached the next major stop on our trip and our first stop in Georgia; Tbilisi. Here we plan to stay for a while to see the city and surrounding areas as well sort out some Visas. We have so far even managed to watch a rugby game between the national team and neighbouring Russia. A game steeped in national pride where the right team won.
Small shout out to the German Mixed Ultimate Beach Frisbee Team! Congrats on becoming World Beach ...
... 1083;и 89;и, мы обошл 80; весь город вдоль и попер 77;к. Испро 73;овали все нацио 85;альны& #1077; блюда. ...
... Emma gave her 2 more lari. The only problem was the masseuse - she was definitely not happy and the two women started arguing with each other. Emma and I left as fast as we could. Later, Emma, having checked the internet, discovered that both the naked masseuse and the requests for more money were common Georgian bath experiences.
We got a taxi back to the hotel - double was it had cost to get to the baths - but we didn't want any more ...