Tbilisi, Georgia – Final Afternoon Fun – Part I

While at the Narikala Fortress, Dachi bought me a crown of fresh flowers from this woman!


fullsizeoutput_85a2img_1892We started walking down from the Narikala Fortress to see the waterfall at a steep wall of Sololaki Hill.

On our way down the hill we see this Azerbaijan church:

fullsizeoutput_8571Lots of traditional Georgian homes made of brick, wood, small square windows and balconies with intricate design:

fullsizeoutput_8573fullsizeoutput_8572We walked down this metal staircase to a small bridge covered with love locks!


img_0737fullsizeoutput_8587fullsizeoutput_8574The waterfall:

fullsizeoutput_8582Papakha hat time – with my crown of fresh flowers from Dachi!

fullsizeoutput_8585fullsizeoutput_8583Next was lunch here at this cafe with the name fig in it….I can’t remember what it was called!

fullsizeoutput_8580View from the cafe of the sulpher baths:


fullsizeoutput_857aI had creamy chicken soup then chicken pate with fig jam – both were so tasty!

img_0743fullsizeoutput_8579fullsizeoutput_857bDachi had a chicken salad!

fullsizeoutput_857cCheesecake and cappuccino for dessert!

fullsizeoutput_857dfullsizeoutput_857eHandsome Dachi!!


fullsizeoutput_8575This is an antique scale from the Soviet Union with the sickle and hammer symbol on it!

fullsizeoutput_857fAfter lunch we walked to find the last few papakha hats I needed to buy to bring back for Michaels’ band!

Really cool and gentle Cane Corso we saw on the way:



Unsuccessful in finding a nice, black papakha hat, our next stop would be an outdoor flea market!

S, xo

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  1. mama says:

    You sure fill your day with Interesting sights. Glad your mini-vacation gave you such insight into the area, with Dachi as a guide.xoxo

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