Saturday mornings in Tbilisi are best spent in the company of wonderful friends and good food.
First – a proper brunch at Tartine …
Followed by one last stroll through the streets of Old Tbilisi.
I finally saw the famous Tbilisi sulphur baths –
After our walk, we headed to the Dry Bridge Market – a weekly flea market with a lot of interesting souvenirs, knick knacks and Soviet kitsch. I picked up a few souvenirs, including a wine horn, a porcelain tea set, and a Soviet badge. Hopefully all of them make it all the way home with me!
Many areas of Tbilisi are quite lively at night – especially Old Tbilisi and Freedom Square…
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