Radisson Blu Hotel Batumi
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... didn't have patience for me to use my dictionary while we talked.
-----He especially spat his words while warning me about the Kurdish areas of Turkey. He often said, "Pe Ka Ka" - which I would later learn was the name of a Kurdish terrorist organization. He said he wasn't a Kurd but a "kurt" (wolf), and proudly shaped his hand into a canine head.
-----Thanks to people like Tarkan, I made it ato the last town before Georgia. Hopa. ...
... to kill the time we decided to just start hiking in the right direction. As if to underscore that we were in the mountains, we quickly encountered ice, which seemed strangely exotic to me, having just come from Tbilisi, where it had been more than 30 degrees. 6 kilometers and 90 minutes later we were picked up by a German couple looking for beetles in the mountains that managed to take us straight up to the summit, where they returned to Pshaveli.
The views up to ...
In the southwest corner of Georgia, about 6 hours drive from Tbilisi, is the resort and port city of Batumi. It is the largest city and capital of Adjara, an autonomous republic within Georgia. On its final approach to Batumi, our minibus followed the beautiful coastal road south along the Black Sea. Steeply sloping hills covered with lush vegetation rise all along the coast and making for some stunning scenery enroute.
Batumi developed in the 19th century as ...
... 1800s. Wow. We walked by French, Persian, Italian, Turkish, Georgian, American restaurants and cafes. There was even a British pub called the Quiet Woman and a cover band blaring classic Beatles tracks in a public square of the newly-constructed Piazza (complete with gaudy gilded clocktower)! Where the hell were we?
We found that almost 1 out of 2 Georgians, especially those in the tourism/service industry, spoke ...
... are in Batumi i wouldn't quite believe Hostelworld's 93% rating for the place. All in all 'Batumi Hostel' is ****.
Rant over. Back to the consulate and the word on the street was right. Maybe this bloke is single handedly trying to increase Azerbaijan's tourism or possibly he just in it for the diplomatic immunity; but 'fill in this form, no worries about a letter of invitation, bring 50euro back on Friday and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility