Six Word Saturday, hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent.
More of Tbilisi, Georgia – there is, of course, a modern part of it as well…even if that was not the main reason for my visit! Strolling the busy streets, I looked through the windows of different restaurants and shops – and saw this fantastic wallpaper, with lamps in an oval shape. The overall photo […]Read Post ›
In the header, the Orbeliani bathhouse, Tbilisi. According to the legend, the king of ancient Iberia, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, (5th C) once hunted in the forests near the first capital of Georgia – Mtskheta. After some time, he saw a pheasant, then shot and killed the bird. The king sent his falcon to find the […]Read Post ›
This is Pur Pur, another magical restaurant In Tbilisi, Georgia. A bit hard to find though – in the middle of this big construction site called – Tbilisi. Luckily there were some signs on the way… …so, finally we found Pur Pur, in the old town area. Resting close to a peaceful park – – […]Read Post ›
All grey and drizzle today, just like the last 6 weeks here in Skåne. My thoughts wander to the lovely Cafe Leyla in Tbilisi. Let’s peep inside! This place will surprise you with a healthy dining experience: they serve only village – grown, non – GMO and seasonal products. Try some of their honey and […]Read Post ›
Fabrika, Tbilisi, ”Once a soviet sewing factory, has been revived and transformed into a multi-functional urban space bringing together enthusiastic individuals ready to stretch their minds with new exhilarating experiences.” This is how this urban hot spot describes itself to potential visitors – let’s have a look! ”With its striking “old-meets-new” attitude, Fabrika oozes genuinely […]Read Post ›