Ambassador Hotel Baku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Baku they are lined with the likes of Burberry, Dior, and Gucci.
All this oil money really does make for a stunning place, but the level of excess isn't something you would see in many other places in the World. The best example may be the pedestrian underpasses found in the centre - typically, these underpasses are claustrophobic, dark, filthy holes that reek of urine. But not here in Baku! Here you'll find ...
... which was surprisingly tasty. The wine was extremely cheap at $3 a litre and after a few bottles and more food than you could ever stomach, we carried the good vibes on with the group to a wild west bar back around the corner from the hostel. What started as a tame dinner with friends soon turned into Odyssey gone wild with the little quiet Western bar soon becoming overrun by 22 thirsty rowdy tourists! Louise got the party started after consuming wine, ...
... be able to just find a shortcut west and find the neighborhood where the temple is. So I head down the dirt sidestreets where big pipes run in front of the houses, then up and across for each sidestreet and driveway, giving the whole neighborhood an abandoned industrial feel. Actually, I find out later these pipes carry heating oil, and it's common that they run above ground in these parts. Seems pretty dangerous--any little fender bender and you'll have a burst ...
... rides here and water fountains everywhere. It is all very interesting. The fountains are different shapes and sizes. The landscaping here is some of the best in the world. All the plants are trimmed toliterally perfection. Fountain Square is the other main tourist attraction in Baku and is 5 minutes walking from the city walls. This is a giant square where there is a lot of shopping and a lot of water fountains. There are several fountains here ...
... 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. ...