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First of all: I'm delighted that Tim used my map (the ITM/ERKAGeorgia) as the guiding line to reach all the websites he mentions,but... Reading the book I often was a small bored because ofunnecessary listings of stuff in museums (who cares if there's astatue you don't know anything about and only describe what you see?Better rate the museum, whether it's worth the effort or just a wasteof time), very specific ornithological and botanical descriptions(which I think have nothing to do in a general travel guide), and morethan once I had the impression that the author just didn't knowanything about a website and just invented stories... Nevertheless itstill is the most useful tutorial on the market...
We are preparing to go to Georgia and Armenia and have found the tutorial book useful in planning for a months travel in the area. The info of how to obtain to the different towns are something that you do not search in very a lot of tutorial books. This tutorial is much better and more complete than the Lonely Planet guide. I am sure that we will have more comments after our trip.
I just purchased this book for trip to Georgia and have to say it hardly helped me at all. It is laid out ok, but the problem that the country is changing so quickly, a 5 year revision turnaround on this book simply doesn't work. Almost all of the practical info is incorrect about transportation, museums, roadways, etc...If you are planning a trip to Georgia, this may be slightly useful for one or two sites, but you really need to consult the internet for trip reviews from other websites like Trip Advisor or Virtual Tourist.
The Bradt Travel Tutorial is the best tutorial to Transcaucasia currently available. The Tutorial is comprehensive in its scope of coverage of Georgia, with reliable info on sights, lodging, restaurants, etc. -- but the book is most notable for its outstanding background info regarding this little-known region. The history and development of the region, the show political situation, the ecological state of affairs, as well as cultural, religious and culinary background are well covered. Almost as a bonus, the book includes a amazing chapter for a short visit to neighboring Armenia. The author is an experienced travel writer (see also his "Rough Tutorial to Romania") and it shows. You really can't go wrong with this book if you search yourself travelling to this fascinating, off-the-beaten-path part of the world.
Now I know we all wish to have our own adventures when going to a put like the Republic of Georgia, but this guidebook was not very helpful in doing so. It gave brief descriptions of the city, Tbilisi, but when actually walking around it was not very useful to take a guided tour with. I am mostly comparing it with the Lonely Planet Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia book which always happened to create it into my daypack. This book mostly stayed at the guesthouse, hotel or hostel and gathered on the plus side, it does have a lot of amazing information, I just didn't like how it was organized and had a tough time making it work for me.
There aren't a lot of up-to-date Georgia tutorials out there, so I bought this one and supplemented it with current information from the tourist info center once I arrived in Tbilisi. Some major changes have taken put since this tutorial came out, particularly with to infrastructure - a lot of fresh streets have been built, making previously inaccessible locations easier to obtain to. Its info about Old Tbilisi is generally still correct however. This book is better than nothing, but before making major decisions about where to go on your trip to Georgia, you'll need to create up for its lack of currency by doing additional research on www services ahead of time.
I used and read an earlier ver of this book when I went to Georgia for the first time in 2003, right before the Rose Revolution. It was perfect then and the modernize is equally as amazing at providing some history without it being overwhelming and a detailed presentation of Tbilisi and the different regions of Georgia.
During my journey through the Caucasus, I bought the Bradt tutorial Georgia, trusting the Bradt tutorials "reputation".I should not is tutorial is too verbose and not clear enough, the find for the needed info is not simple because buried in long e detail that I was confirmed in my not good opinion of this guide: a guesthouse in Kutaisi was warmly recommended and of course I've gone there...but I quickly realized that it was a brothel (!)At the end of my trip, I created the comment to the editor. I never received any response. This means that the entire editorial policy is very doubtful. They could at least respond me with a kind of automatical polite notice ... But no, nothing. In short, do not rely on a reputation, you may be very disappointed. For my next trip I would defitively avoid the Bradt guides.
Overall, it's a amazing app. However, a couple things I would change: (1) after making a payment, once the close button have been pressed, the screen should go back to the home screen-- instead, it takes customers to an error page and (2) it would be nice to save a payment method, like card info, besides bank acc info.
The application was amazing before the update. I haven't been to the office in over a year because I could do everything from my phone. Now I can't log in, report a power outage and my road number is wrong and it won't pull up the right road address when I enter it.
This is terrible. It keeps reporting my status that power is on, but power has not been restored. After reporting, status shows power is off, but quickly changes to power is on (it's not). Buttons are unresponsive. Some menu stuff are unresponsive. No refresh on status page. Not well designed.
Won't even obtain to login screen. Says I'm not connected tmttgd internet. I tried mobile data and wifi... all other internet usage is fine. Really required this application for access to my bill when the www service was down. Disappointing. Uninstalled immediately.
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Poor How can you set up a profile when you CAN'T SETUP A PROFILE! Installed this 15 mins ago and have spent the latest 15 trying to register. What use is this for anyone? Very disappointed considering the fact that our zone is about to obtain hit by major storms next week. Poor just awful.
When I first downloaded this app, I was able to create payments to my account, instead of going online. For some time, when I go to the application to create a payment, I end up having to go online, because the application freezes. This issue needs to be fixed, because there's no need for an application that's totally useless!
This application is a blessing if you don't wish to have to login to main site. I just for the first time had problem with the application but all I did to correct the problem was to uninstall then reinstall the app. This presses to less then 2 mins. Other then this one problem I have never had a issue with this application in the 3 years I've used it. Thank you Georgia power for this app!
After i updated the application it won't open. It shows the Ga Power logo and then just a white screen. Deleting this app. I am very displeased because i dont have a Ga Power building where i live and the application was how i my power bill. I hope when i move i can have Habersham EMC instead of having to with this bullsh*t.
Freezes as often as not This application has serious problems. I obtain the alerts, and if I'm fast I can read them as they scroll at the top of the phone's screen. But when I on the alert, the application halfway launches and then freezes the whole phone. A workaround is to begin the application manually after restart, allow it load, and then check the alert. IMPORTANT: While the application is loading, it will say "No Alerts". After it loads, then the alerts will appear.
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