Apsheron Hotel

4 Azadlig Square, Baku, 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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... a chance of leaving a poo undisposed of. Shame the same can't be said for the Caspian Sea and its rainbow layering of oil which has definitely made us think twice about ordering seafood. Walking around town you could easily be in London with the seaside boulevard similar to that of South Bank and the pedestrianised shopping area a wonderful place to while away a few hours by one of the many fountains or in a teahouse. Shopping choices are endless from high end Dior, ...

Heading across the Caspian Sea

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

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... buildings built in the shape of flames that lit up with shimmering fire across them at night and there were many parks with fancy fountains and even a huge coloured fountain in the middle of the sea. Even the old town didnt miss out having cash splashed at it, with all the old charm of an old city completely renovated away with fresh cut stones in the city walls and buildings. The icing on the cake was the largest KFC in the world - which is more like a palace ...

Cyber War

A travel blog entry by mkuechel on Sep 18, 2012

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... was holding on to my passport. He was in civilian clothes. I grab my passport, tell to him to bugger off. Oh, now he get's real mad. He pulls his jacket down and reveals to lapels on his shoulder and screams at my face: " Polici of Azerbaijan Republika!!!!" Great, a ****** of cop with my passport.... so we pay but we ran out of USDs, since these were all blood sucking money hungry *******s. We want to pay the rest on EURO, which we eventually get into ...

Evrovision, here we come!

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 21, 2011

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... us anymore. And since 18 months of 'studying English' had not really helped the boys with forming English sentences, our conversations were also quite short.

We did make clear to them that all we wanted to do was listen to the Evrovision song, play some Nard and meet his parents, and so we did! His parents did not turn out to speak any English either, though we thought Aziz had told us they did. But after a short weird look ("what are these ...

To a litle bit better world

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010


... fascinating power dynamics of the region, but I suppose it isn't really anything you can fully appreciate until you're there - and to be honest, I was only there for three weeks. Three weeks is nowhere near enough time to discover the soul of a nation and its people. At the end of the day, what counts is that all three nations are fiercely proud of their culture and traditions, of the wildly beautiful mountains, rivers and valleys that adorn their landscape, of their ...