Hotel Sharden

32. Gr. Khanzteli. Street, Tbilisi, Georgia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 32. Gr. Khanzteli. Street, Tbilisi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on May 07, 2014

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    7 May

    After another Georgian feast last night, a lot of the group decided to go out on the town, we ended up in a place called Safe, which was the most weird and pretentious place I have been in for a long time! People who were too cool for school sitting round a central round bar listening to a DJ who just played music rather than mixing it. There were some creepy older guys in there too. We stayed for one drink and then went to move on, but due to ...

    First Day in Georgia

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 02, 2013

    59 photos

    ... Maybe the people pay more attention to their public face than their private one. They do seem to be very proud of their civic architecture and their historical architecture as well as their public monuments.

    Around 1 pm we arrived at the monastery - high up on a plateau above this whole incredible gorge. Oh, I forgot, there were some interesting "buildings" that I wish I had taken a photo of - tankers converted into ...

    27 Days in Tbilisi

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... t have broken the bank at 12 Lari/$8 pp.

    The students were on their way to Armenia which could be a short drive if the relationship between Armenia and Turkey was good. But it is bad and no borders between the two countries are open. One must take the longer way around through Georgia to get to Armenia.

    At the Türkgözü border crossing, we had to get our luggage off the car and go through customs and immigration while ...

    Jaxshy Kindness

    A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Aug 16, 2013

    ... and beverage vendors. I had enough money left to buy some water and pay for my bus ticket, and most likely enough food to tide me over until I got more money. While I was waiting a teenage boy started talking to me. He even gave me a few pieces of crispy bagel like snacks that he was eating and I bought some juice off of him. He gave me a free glass of water also. After about an hour I bought a larger bottle of water and headed back to the bus. A Danish couple had showed up to ...

    Coming Home to Georgia

    A travel blog entry by globehunters on Jun 26, 2013

    21 photos

    ... Georgian Orthodox Church, both of whom have some unifying religious beliefs.

    Georgia is a destination for any foodie because of its abundance in amazing cuisine and wine. Georgian cuisine is filled with fresh vegetables, incredible spices and vegetable-based sauces, beans, cheese, yogurt, nuts, meat, and fresh bread. For such a tiny country, Georgia has a staggering number of regions (65), each with their own set ...