The streets of Tbilisi were lined with poplar trees, the street the hotel
was on was no exception.
During the afternoon, we took a trip around Tbilisi.
We took some taxis down to the town and walked through the old part of town.
Visited a couple of museums, Museum of Fine Arts and the State Museum of Georgia.
The Museum of Fine Arts had many Christian icons from the 7th century onwards.
There was also a large collection of modern art.
This art was a great insight on how the country lived during the 20th Century. Rosemary was not so sure.
The State museum was a secure museum, because we were to see lots of gold found at Archeological sites through out Georgia.
Much of this gold came from the 3rd millennium BC. There were fantastic necklaces and diadems.
Some tiny figures had gold coins in their mouths. On this visit we had a very well spoken guide who spoke English.