Sheraton Metechi Palace Hotel
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... some of the buildings here after they were over run
by Shah Abbas soldiers in 1615 and during Soviet times they were used by the
military. Apparently some monks are back
in residence but we didn’t see any sign of them when we visited.
As part of the same complex of Monasteries there is another
cave monastery not far away. To reach it
involves a steep climb up the mountain side behind the first monastery. We all started off up ...
... here, you feel the people are happy to host you in their country. Tbilisi is a very beautiful city, and it was significantly renewed during the last few years: many old buildings were restored, and new modern constructions were build, e.g. the Glass Bridge. All this looks nice with the surrounding mountains and the Kura river.
It seems the country is going up in its development. The goverment has succeeded in reducing the corruption and the crime level, so today Georgia is one ...
... either have to check out of my hotel, or pay for another night. I also was planning on going to the Azerbaijan embassy, because I had gotten an email on Thursday saying that my visa was ready. I couldnt believe how fast they had prepared my visa. What a difference between other places in Central Asia. I had to make a decision, so I decided to check out of my hotel and leave my bag at the reception. I headed out to the embassy, but I guess I got on the bus going in the ...
... floating through our heads, this activity seemed to spark a lot of laughter and entertainment. After the photos were completed, we were ready to head back to Tbilisi. We were quite surprised that the two drivers in the group only drank lemonade. Michael asked why they did not drink just a glass of wine, and they remarked that if they cannot fully indulge, they do not want to be teased. It was reassuring that they were fully ...
I departed from Kars, sad that I would be heading on. It felt like the comfortable introduction to my trip might be ending and that my next few months, could prove slightly more challenging than the ease at which I had sailed through Turkey. And writing from Uzbekistan, I can say with hindsight, that my feelings were pretty close to the mark!
The countryside & weather continued to shine and again after so many weeks of breathtaking scenery ...