Ambassador Hotel Baku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The alarm clock malfunctioned but rising at 0735 still allowed me to rendezvous on the floor at 0800 for brekkie on the 11th floor. Bit disappointing re range of options so a bit light on content [probably not a bad thing].
English losers: Development at brekkie but a no show for the bus, Research never appeared at all and Judas held us up 20 minutes having slept in, Aleko holding us up so one of his shoo shoo's could come along. A proper tour ...
... time to see the city at night and get back to catch up on computer stuff. I had seen and ad for McDonald's with some menu items we don't have in the US so I set off for a mall food court back in the center of the city. On the way, I stopped to take photos of Baku at night and I rode the ferris wheel. There was a big tower that displayed the time, temperature, and humidity. Humidity of 85% felt weird after such a long time in the various deserts of ...
... because of our late arrival, we were able to get close enough and were let through the track and to the hotel, rather than having to take the long detour we would have had to take if we had arrived earlier. Staff from the Park Inn Hotel. We were happy to get to our room and get some sleep.
... catch a bus into town. I wander around the sprawling multi-storey bus station/shopping center but no luck.
Well, I suppose I could walk to town, I tell myself despite my misgivings about doing so in a country I still don't know at all. But I decide to give it a try. I walk a little ways until I reach a forest on one side with apartment buildings on the other side at the top of a steep hill... I follow the winding streets looking for a way up the hill, but ...
... mosque. It is a nice mosque, but I was not able to enter because I was wearing shorts, so not much to write about there, but a few minutes past the mosque is the James Bond Oil Field. This was featured on one of the 007 movies. I didn’t think it was that impressive that it was in the movie, but the actual oil field was great. I have never been that close to actual oil pumps. There were hundreds of them and they were constantly pumping up and down. ...