Apsheron Hotel

Address: 4 Azadlig Square, Baku, Azerbaijan | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Baku

BL #60: Marvel At Baku's Bling

A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 31, 2014

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... glass, mirrors, and even moving walkways!

Perhaps Baku was the worst place to finish off the trip, as I decided to treat myself and go all out for the last few days of the trip, forgoing budget accommodations for something far more luxurious and comfortable. But the problem is that there are no real budget options here anyway, and staying at even a half-decent place in Baku that isn't infested with roaches is ...

Heading across the Caspian Sea

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

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... a few shots of tequila and not long after we were all up dancing and singing along to some classic tunes. The locals also loosened up and joined us in song and dance – some loosening too much for a lot of the girls liking. Our code word: pineapple, for "get this creepy slimy man off me" which we adopted in Turkey was used on quite a few occasions during the night, but a great night out was had by all. The next day it was time to cross the border ...

Post-visit Baku: The Fire Temple

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 04, 2012

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... br> Unlike the southern towns, which were poor, but they still had a homey feel to them... this neighborhood has a real semi-abandoned slum feel to it. I wonder how dangerous it is to be wandering around here...

Finally I do find a shortcut to a highway I think should get me to where I want to go... and the landscape gets even more bizarre... A completely barren moonscape littered with rusty oil wells as far as the eye can see... Some of them still running, ...

Baku

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 08, 2012

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... restaurants surround the fountains to give it a good atmosphere. The last big
attraction in the actual city of Baku was the flame towers. Baku is famous for its oil, so they made
three giant towers that are curved so that they look like burning oil. They light up at night and it’s a pretty cool attraction. I tried to go to a wrestling club while I was here called Club Dynamo.
It’s a pretty big club with all sports ...

Crossing the Caucasus

A travel blog entry by 110days on Aug 06, 2011

... to find out about the ferry that will take us to Turkmenistan over the Caspian Sea. It doesn't have a schedule - it just goes when it's full - so we might leave tomorrow or in a week. Furthermore, although the actual crossing is 12 hours, loading and unloading each side takes "one to three days". This could be interesting.

As for Turkmenistan itself, the guide book informs us that it is most famous for "multiple personality cults" (sorry, ...