12Inn Bulvar Hotel

Address: Hajibeyov St., 27, Baku, AZ 1010, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baku

Baku, Azerbaijan: Land of Fire

A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 30, 2013

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... them why they had moved. To which they responded they hadn't. I couldn't work out why everything was different, until I realised it was the one next door. No wonder they didn't know my name. Not that its ever a good thing for a kebab house to know your name but as I say, this was back in the day of a carefree 20 year old. There are so many varieties of kebab here we are still to come to terms with them all. The classic rotating chicken, lamb or mixed comes served on a plate ...

Heading across the Caspian Sea

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

67 photos

... the neighbouring countries. The excitement was building while we were in Baku, as we were basically on call as to when we would leave and make our way down to the port to begin the process of crossing the Caspian sea into Turkmenistan. The crew kept us up to date with the latest crossing info and when a 3am wake up call was mentioned we packed our bags so we would be ready to go. 3am came and passed and eventually at 6am our phone rang and it was time to ...

Cyber War

A travel blog entry by mkuechel on Sep 18, 2012

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... brain is also a hard currency. As soon as we signaled willingness to pay, he calms down and promises a receipt. Great, just what we needed, another piece of paper...naja, at least we can leave the boat with the truck.

- One stupid customs office on land that takes ages to process the car and wants more money, USDs of course...We finally get out of port by nightfall and have to get out of Baku asap. It is a glitzy place, Louis Vuitton stores ...

Evrovision, here we come!

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 21, 2011

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... Canub Hotel. The hotel could be a great place, and looks like it once was, but now it's mainly run down and kaputt. We got exactly what we payed for: a big suite with a TV (Al Jazeera and BBC even!), and a toilet that we clogged up within two days.


Baku is an amazing city! You can see the oil money dripping off the expensive cars, the new and imaginative sky scrapers, and the well-watered Bulvar (boulevard). It's a pity that ...

Leaving Nabran..

A travel blog entry by sgeorgiou on Jul 30, 2010

... 8217;d try to return next summer, it was very quiet, malim took my arm and we went to find me the bus, they all stood at that gate until i was out of sight, leaving was my biggest challenge. On my bus journey to Xudat i spoke to most of them! Telephone wouldn't stop ringing, these people were the kindest people i'd ever met, genuine hardworking fun people that accepted me into their way of life.

In Xudat i met with Zaul, one of the waiters who was waiting for me ...