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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lux Batumi
it is a clean hotel - our room had a balcony.
The reception does not speak english but some russian.
The reception is as well a salon - might look strange at first but the rooms are ok and the hotel just 5 min walk from the sea side
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Travel Blogs from Batumi
... L says she’s mighty glad I don’t need a visa or I might have found myself having an extended stay in Bulgaria. Then who would do the blogging?
The visas were just the start, Turkey has the most expensive fuel possibly in the world. Diesel is up around €2 per litre and petrol a bit more. L will give an update on fuel prices at another time after she has been able to check the exchange rates. Using ATM’s you can’t find out ...
... and the delightful surprise of a delicious breakfast every day on the rooftop terrace. We tried a nearby restaurant for dinner that first night, and struck out again on the salad front--this one arrived as a pile of parsley, potent purple basil, surprisingly spicy green onions, and hot peppers. When Jackie asked the waitress if they had any dressing, and mimed the application, she pointed to the salt and pepper. ...
... were even more breathtaking on the way down.
What a lovely morning. We had lunch in Macka before setting off to the Black Sea coast.
I felt excited about the prospect of entering Georgia and what lay beyond.
Arriving at Trabzon provided me with a first; my first glimpse of the Black sea….I think.
Despite it being cloudy for the first time since Salzburg, the water still looked so inviting. Let us hope that we get a chance for a dip in Georgia ...
... br> -----"Sitting next to Zauri, on my third evening in Georgia, was Zauri's father Avto. He was a less passionate, white-haired version of Zauri.
-----"The previous day, I had also joined the Kobaladzes for lunch. Georgians were always prepared to have more guests at their table. We ate grilled loaves of mashed corn, called 'jadi' (a good rhyme for 'kali'!). They tasted good with a thick, sour milk called 'matsone'. With bread, we ate ...
... accepted, though I bathed myself in the sea and showered pouring mountain water over my head.
-----A man who wore tight black and was muscular like Van Damme picked me up next. Introducing himself as "Tarkan", he performed a little dance in his seat. He spoke Turkish words as if spitting out pieces of food from his teeth, and perhaps that was why his teeth were mere triangles. He liked speaking to me, saying we were all "insanlar" (human ...