Embassies & VISA. From the horse's mouth :-0
To find out Visa requirment, fees, who is excempt and who is not click on this link
To find out the address of Georgian Embassies abroad click on this link
To find out what countries have Embassies in Georgia click on this link. Please note that some of these Embassies are NOT located in Georgia. So be carful !! The last link is also worth looking
Also check this page for more consulates in Tblisi. The embassy might not be in tbilisi but the consulate is.
Georgian cuisine is especially unique and is surprisingly diverse. Each regions has its own specialties and almost all of them are represented in Tbilisi. Georgian cooking was seen as the "haute cuisine of the Soviet Union" and while most other republics lacked restaurants and cafes, the Georgians maintained their tradition.
Bakeries dot the city baking fresh bread and khachapuri (cheese pie, see photo at bottom of page) all day long. Despite the vast assortment of eateries the Georgians still pride themselves on home cooking. If one strolls the city on weekends they will find that courtyards and verandahs are full of families surrounding tables with plates of food stacked high. Georgians will spend time eating, enjoying their food and usually supplementing their healthy appetites with large amounts of wine and vodka.Georgians consider their cuisine the best and find it difficult to accept others ( I agree with them) . Due to this, foreign food is fairly difficult to find in Tbilisi.
one&only mosque of T'bilisi
I think,it is the only one mosque in the city,well preserved..look at the windows..kinda Gothic and look at the minaret arabic but art nouveau style..good example of mixture of arts.
I hadn't time to visit..friend of mine wasn't a religious one,and he was waiting to guide me:) you will see its picture:) sleepy one..jajajajaja
When arriving Tbilisi, there is only one airport that is connected to outside world. It is located about 15-20 minutes from the center. Recently a yellow bus has been introduced to serve the airport guestsbut I am not sure whether it operates at night as well. The cost is GEL 1 (around 0.6 USD).
Getting to Kazbegi
If you want to get to Kazbegi on the Georgian Military Highway then go to the Didube bus station in Tbilisi. After you exit the Metro tunnel through the bazaar go to the left side where the marshrutkas are waiting in the area. Match the Georgian writing from your book with the sign on the window or just ask the locals. The fare is 10 lari no matter what anybody tells you and it takes approximately 3 to 3. 5 hours.