While visiting Georgia, we made sure to eat lots of tasty local food. We did enjoy most of what we ate but 3 of us also caught food poisoning at the end of our stay so we left the country with mixed feelings regarding the food.
Besides eating lots of local food, we also made it a point to stop into McDonald’s Georgia to see what was offered and if any local dishes made an appearance on the menu. Continue reading Find Out What We Tried At McDonald’s In Tbilisi, Georgia
A couple of summers back we visited Georgia (the country not the state) during a week trip to Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.
While wandering around the capital, Tbilisi we set out to take a look at the Parliament of Georgia building.
As we walked down Rustaveli Avenue, I stopped to check out a very interesting sign. Continue reading Ridiculous Street Signs #27: Dog Poop- Tbilisi, Georgia
In the Summer of 2018, the Michael W Travels family went on a month-long trip around Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.
During our first day in Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia was the 5/6 country we visited during the trip) we were very tired so we decided to grab lunch and then go for a walk around the city with no real plan. Continue reading An Awesome Experience: Meeting Adam The Monkey In Tbilisi, Georgia
Michelin is giving away a 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray and a trip for two to the Motul Petit Le Mans race held in Georgia!
The price includes the car and the trip includes airfare, a two- night hotel stay and more!
While I’m not so sure that a Corvette Stingray would be a practical car for a family of four Continue reading Win A 2020 Corvette Stingray & Trip For 2 To Motul Petit Le Mans
Paula Deen is running the Savannah Style Sweepstakes where one lucky winner will win a trip for two to Savannah, Georgia!
The prize includes airfare, a hotel stay, a meet and greet with Paula Deen and more.
While I could care less about meeting Paula Deen, I’d still love to win this prize. Continue reading Win A Trip For 2 To Savannah, Georgia + Meet & Greet with Paula Deen
While traveling to new countries, I’m always on the lookout for traditional, local hats. However, in recent years I haven’t really bought any new hats since they can be a pain to carry around during a trip.
In the past, I’ve shared some of my World Hats here. My collection probably comes in at around 15-20 hats. It’s been years since I last shared a post about a hat.
During our month long summer trip, I came across an interesting hat which I had to bring home. We spotted the papakha in two of the six countries we visited. Continue reading Searching For A Traditional Papakha Hat In Azerbaijan & Georgia
The Michael W Travels family recently returned from a month-long summer trip where we visited six new countries.
We love trying local foods when visiting new places but it’s also nice to eat something familiar at times too. We like to visit McDonald’s when traveling to new countries to see what special menu items might be available. (We also tried something interesting in Singapore at Starbucks.)
During our summer trip, we spent the longest time in the Republic of Georgia, which is located in the Caucasus. Continue reading An Awesome Local Food at Dunkin’ Donuts in Georgia
At the end of April I headed to Atlanta for some frequent-traveler related events. The main reason for the visit was to attend the Freddie Awards. I also had a couple of other related events on the agenda with the more interesting one being the Delta Jet Drag.
Prior to heading off to Atlanta, I was surprised to get great customer service from United. However, I did find their text messaging service to be a waste of time.
Whenever I head off on a trip, regardless of the main purpose, I have to do some research to find out what else the area might have to offer. Since I had been to Atlanta just shy of a year before, I had some ideas… Continue reading A Visit to the Waffle House Museum
During our visit to Atlanta I was happy to see that the Georgia State Capitol building was located downtown and was easy to get to from some of the other sites.
Over the years I’ve visited quite a few state capitol buildings and definitely wanted to stop by Georgia’s too. I always make sure to get some jumping shots and (if possible), I like to go inside to learn more about the history of the state and the building.
Here are a some of the capitols that I’ve visited:
Continue reading Jumping By the Georgia State Capitol