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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Varazi Tbilisi
The room was comfortable, clean and good-sized. There was a view onto the street. The location is a bit removed from the city center but on a major direct street so it was easy to find the hotel. Staff were friendly and helpful although their recommendation for a bathhouse turned out to be closed.
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Today was a jam-packed day it seemed. We met our guide Nick in the lobby at 9 am and sorted ourselves into at least 5 cabs to go to the old city. First we visited a church (Metekhi Church)- there was a statue of one of the Georgian kings (Vakhtang I) on a horse there overlooking the river. I think we then crossed the bridge. I am not sure when …
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