Quirky Tbilisi

We walked 15,000 steps today, looking at street art, graffiti and assorted other things. There is plenty to do in this city, especially, if like us you are happy to wander the streets and just take in the atmosphere.

The Dry Bridge Markets

It was raining this morning, so we had a very slow start to our last day in Georgia. I had plans to check out the wool shops, mostly located underground in the labyrinth of small shops.

Too much choice!
Almost the Cheshire Cat
street art
Ainโ€™t that the truth!
Lionel and friend
Muscles and Minotaur
Almost the Iron throne
Statements everywhere
Not yet!
Embracing graffiti

But apart from that we were just happy to wander, look at the amazing buildings and have a glass or two of red as we walked about.

Lionel finds some friends

5 thoughts on “Quirky Tbilisi

  1. Good to see you in textile heaven & also sitting on your throne! Lionel looks very serious posing next to the statues! Farewell Georgia! ๐Ÿ‘

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  2. Now friends, you know me too well! I was quite restrained with the yarn purchases, but it did mean an extra bag on the flight back to Baku! Jo and I have a few more places to shop before we leave for home. ๐Ÿ˜œ


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