Next morning it was Saturday, so we headed to the Dry Bridge Market, an authentic Soviet Market where people are selling all kinds of stuff on the street, even on top of cars' trunks! You can find absolutely everything there, even Soviet passports of some poor people that probably died or lost them. We spent a couple of hours there and then we went to sightsee a bit the new town.
After the bridge time to take the funicular and go up to the fortress for some cool views over the city. You can use all the public transportations in Tbilisi using one top-up card, so it is really cheap and useful.
Some traditional Georgian meal and a short walk around the old city as it was getting dark, so we decided to finish the day at a winehouse. We were told about Georgian wines, oferred glasses of different kind of wines and finally we sat down for a cheap and good bottle of red wine before going back to the hostel.
Later on we decided to go to the TV Antenna Park, which is an amusement park on the top of a hill whose TV Antenna is visible from practically all Tbilisi. To get there you have to take a cable car and once in the park you find some not really interesting rides. The only cool thing is the rollercoaster and the Ferris Wheel, the latter being especially cool. It's a massive Ferris Wheel that for a ridiculous price you can get on and enjoy for about 20 minutes. From up there you see almost all Tbilisi, cool!
Next morning metro to the main bus station being all the way from the metro to the station accompanied by a street dog (in case we were missing our friends the street dogs from Mestia), jump on the marshrutka and get ready to hit the road!
For more info check our Tbilisi Guide and also our Tbilisi Pictures Gallery!