While at the Narikala Fortress, Dachi bought me a crown of fresh flowers from this woman!
We 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:
Lots of traditional Georgian homes made of brick, wood, small square windows and balconies with intricate design:
We walked down this metal staircase to a small bridge covered with love locks!
Papakha hat time – with my crown of fresh flowers from Dachi!
Next was lunch here at this cafe with the name fig in it….I can’t remember what it was called!
View from the cafe of the sulpher baths:
I had creamy chicken soup then chicken pate with fig jam – both were so tasty!
Dachi had a chicken salad!
Cheesecake and cappuccino for dessert!
This is an antique scale from the Soviet Union with the sickle and hammer symbol on it!
After 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!