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Explore #238: Tbilisi’s hidden staircases, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #2 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour After our jam-packed day of exploring in Tskaltubo, we made our way to Tbilisi for a few days. Georgia’s capital is a vibrant and varied city, and I can recommend to to anyone looking for an enjoyable city break – diverse history, delicious food and wine, and incredibly friendly locals. The only downside is the traffic – even our Italian team mate Diego thought they drove like maniacs! My first post from Tbilisi…

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Explore #237 (Part 3): Bathhouse number 5, Bathhouse number 8, and Train Station, Tskaltubo, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #1 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour Welcome to the third and final instalment of what was an incredibly packed day of exploring the Soviet-era spa town of Tskaltubo. Have a look at my two previous posts for further shots from this amazing place, and details of its history in Part 1. I’ll crack straight on with the photos… Bathhouse Number 5 In its heyday, Tskaltubo had nine bathhouses located around the central park area. These formed an important part…

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Explore #237 (Part 2): Hotels Medea, Metallurgy, Tbilisi and Sakartvelo, Tskaltubo, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #1 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour Following on from my first report from the ‘Soviet Riviera’ Georgian spa resort of Tskaltubo, in which I explored Sanatoriums Iveria and Imereti, this report covers four of the town’s former hotels: – Hotel Medea – Hotel Metallurgy / Metalurgi – Hotel Tbilisi – Hotel Sakartvelo Hotel Medea Built between 1954 and 1962, and formerly known as Sanatorium Tsekavshiri, Hotel Medea was a hotel and sanatorium with a capacity of 326 beds. It…

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