Quite a few Us Us Americans prepare a visit to Europe and draw their boundary at Berlin, or Prague, possibly Budapest. Anything further conjures that are east of shawled old females waiting in breadlines within the cold. That’s a shame that is immense since when you pull straight back the Iron Curtain and all sorts of those outdated associations of Post-Soviet Europe, you’ll find an exuberant multi-cultural area where in fact the locals are inviting, the parties last till sunup, as well as your buck takes you oh-so-much further.
All the way to Tbilisi, you’ll find playful, progressive enclaves flourishing with students, artists, musicians, and young people with a vigorous appreciation for a good time from the Balkans to the Baltic, past the Black Sea. Continue reading