The town itself is charming!! A wonderful walk back in time……
Lots of locals selling homemade wool items! I bought a pair of wool slippers like these yesterday!
Colorful mats and souvenirs!
Handmade wool socks!
Monument to those Georgians who died in WWII:
Names of those who died…
View of the city….
One of many funny moments….of my trying to pronounce a Georgian name of something… I called the town Tsnori – Snori – I couldn’t get the ‘T’ sound at all!!!
Below town of Tsnori!
Car from the times of the Soviet Union:
What makes Georgian wine so famous worldwide – well one reason – is how it is kept in clay pots in the ground – here is an example of what one of the clay pots looks like – a small one!
One of the narrow streets:
The restaurant Dachi and I ate at:
The restaurant was filled with Russians, Armenians and Georgians!!! I was the only North American in the place!!
The food was traditional Georgian food!
Dachi ordered pork and potatoes:
I ordered the sausage:
The food was yummy, the atmosphere lively with Georgian music playing!! It was wonderful!!!
Now it was time to head back to Tbilisi…and avoid hitting cows….
Another wonderful day exploring this beautiful country!!!! 🙂