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4 days in Tbilisi

September 2nd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Originally we wanted to stay just 3 days in Tbilisi, but we got an invitation for a junior get-together.

We had big walk in the city, more than 10 km, so we got very tired for the end of the days.

On our first walk we went to Rustaveli, straight on the boulevard to the Tavispule, until the Freedom square.

Next day we went up on a hill, on the east side of the city, to see the big church with the top of gold, to the Tsminda Sameba Cathedral. The view was amazing from here .

We saw here the postcards allude to the Georgian-Russian contact.

We saw several beautiful churches, also some Armenian.

One of the churches, the Metekh had a gorgeous lay.

Is laid down next to the river, not so far from the old city, next to the east side of the Metekh Bridge, on the edge of a big rock over the river.

At the first time we were here was sunset, so the view was beautiful. Next to this bridge there is also a new bridge, for the walkers.

We had a minute also in the free Georgian National Bank to see the money museum.

On the 4th day we got an invitation for the Catholic Junior Meeting. Wasn’t thousands of people like in Madrid, but maybe hundreds of them. The meeting was in a camp, in the way we saw that émigré camp where those Georgians leave who escaped in 2008 from South-Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Zita was the speaker: she mentioned our serious decisions like the wedding and also this trip.  Young people asked us what we would do if Zita would get pregnant. We answered that this is the next project and if the baby would come than we would decide to stop the trip and go home.

Everybody was applauding us as this would be the best thing we could do.


  1. Reku Papa
    September 6th, 2011 at 06:59 | #1


    megjöttünk Montenegróból, Árpesz, köszönet a tippadó blogodért! Nagyon jó volt! Ha vágytok egy ki Balkán-fílingre, feltettem egy 4 perces videót:

    További szép utat, sok szerencsét!

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