Radisson Blu Hotel Batumi
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a pass at 2090m we entered a gorge with the barren pastel coloured mountains all around. As the trickly became a stream a few green trees clung to its banks offering a deep contrast to the barren mountains. The trees became almost continuous, broadening into pockets where side valleys merged. Sometimes a tiny village might occupy a bit larger pocket and a few small farms struggle to grow fruit and a few veggies . Saw lots of apples and figs, tomatoes and ...
... br> Georgia so far is beautiful. Batumi was a sort of shabby sheik. Its hey day was early 20th century and a lot of the buildings look venerable in their disrepair. Next to them stood brand new high rises and casino's. Apparently a lot of Georgia is like this, it suffered after it withdrew from the Soviet Union and then the Russian invasion in 2008 did more damage, slowly things are being repaired.
I will be ...
... with polished black curves both fancy and elegant. Badri told me Volgas had been used to carry around families of Soviet political leaders. This particular one had belonged to the Brezhnev.
-----"So, let's drink to Russian cars. I love them!
-----"I just wanted to add that, on my second day in Georgia, I carried my bags through thigh-deep water in the river Nodari and I had swum in. I reached an island. I put up ...
... co, jak, gdzie, i najwazniejsze, co zrobic, aby byc ugoszczonym. Tyle slyszelismy o goscinnosci, wiec to jest nasz cel...tylko jak to zrobic. Na razie plan jest jeden...Idziesz do gospodarza, pytasz, czy mozna sie rozbic w ogrodku z namiotem (wiem, nie mamy namiotu, ale nikt tego nie wie) - a potem gospodarz mowi, ze zaprasza do siebie na kolacje...we will keep you updated.
A wiec jestesmy w Batumi...mialo byc low budget, mialo byc backpackersko...ale ...
... roadside view.
The winding highway followed the Çoruh River for most of the way to Şavşat, a city even smaller and remoter than Artvin. We stopped off for a great lunch of tavuk (chicken), patates, and pilav (rice) and picked up fresh grapes on the way out. From Şavşat on, there were only tiny mountain villages here and there along the highway that soon ...