Ambassador Hotel Baku

934, Samad Vurgun Str, Baku, AZ 1078, 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

    101 photos

    ... a page from their book and be inspired to do something similar. The latest creations, Baku's Cultural Centre and the Flame Towers, are fine examples. The latter of which is lit up at night by light projected flames interchanging with the flag of Azerbaijan. The inner city of Baku is spotlessly clean with not a leaf out of place let alone any rubbish laying around. All of which is achieved by an army of workers constantly sweeping and pruning. Even the massive cat population ...

    Heading across the Caspian Sea

    A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

    67 photos

    ... Lucky for him the mud is not boiling hot and he walked away with only a dent in his pride rather than burnt limbs. Our second stop in Arjerbajan was the capital city Baku and after having only seen snippits of what the city was like from the televised 2012 Eurovisionwe were eager to see what the city had in store. Evident immediately was the amount of money that was spent in Baku as the city was built up like a scene from the mad hatter’s tea party. ...

    Cyber War

    A travel blog entry by mkuechel on Sep 18, 2012

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    ... asked if there would be additional charges. The same answer always: no, nothing. So being confronted with a fat guy in civilian clothes, shouting "money, money" and "you baby?, money or depot for car" was not the welcome we had expected. I told him repeatedly to calm down and we could talk about it, but no dice. He was fuming. The other car driver was also surprised by the behavior and the steep charge but buckled sooner and paid. I wasn't going to be so ...

    Evrovision, here we come!

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 21, 2011

    59 photos

    ... Rasim, who had a Mercedes (or rather, his daddy did..). Clad in pristine white jeans and fancy branded T-shirts, they first took us to see a recently active vulcano.

    We then had a classy cup of tea at a cafe on a sailing ship called Sindibad and we then took a stroll along the beach near Sumqayit, which isn't as dirty as we'd been made to believe.

    Nard

    After all these 'interesting' outings, the boys didn't really know how ...

    To a litle bit better world

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010

    10 comments

    ... millions of Azeris living in Tabriz and Azerbaijan province. They are friends with Russia, but accept that Russia is closer with Armenia. I remember wondering - incredulously - why, with all of their wealth and economic power, they can just seize back control of Karabakh from Armenia. I then quickly remembered that Russia and Armenia are "best friends" and even all the oil wealth of Azerbaijan does not stand a chance against the might of Russia.

    I could go on and on ...