Austin Hotel Baku

Address: Nizami str. 58, Baku, AZ 1095, Azerbaijan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Nizami str. 58, Baku, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Baku

    Heading across the Caspian Sea

    A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

    67 photos

    After an incredible stay in Georgia we were overly curious and excited to see what Armenia had in store for us. We didn't get off to the greatest start at the Armenian border crossing with the unfriendly locals pushing and shoving in front of us to reach passport control. James had an angry exchange of words in English with one rude Armenian local which resulted in him firing back something in Armenian which got the crowd of locals laughing at us. We soon had ...

    Still In Asia Or Is This Europe?

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Oct 13, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... archipelago (like the Palm Islands of Dubai) on the Caspian Sea and the piece de resistance is to be a hotel taller than the Burj Khalifa. Besides these projects Baku is also home to some architecturally interesting buildings. The iconic Flame towers (with 3 buildings forming tongues of flame) is lit up each night and can be seen from almost anywhere in Baku. While the exterior of the building looks finished, its interior is still ...

    1305. The Long Ride Across Azerbaijan

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2012

    118 photos

    ... when I lived in Los Angeles... Should they just start killing each other so they too can come back to their countries and be recieved as heroes? What if all the people who immigrate abroad started doing that, carrying their ethnic grudges with them and killing people of the ethnic group they don't like? Let's hope not--or the world is going to become a very scary place.

    During this trip I'm going to learn to understand the word "hate" in a whole new way.

    I ...

    Crossing the Caucasus

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

    ... Brandy Company, which makes Ararat brandy (though the hilariously pleased with herself tour guide insisted that they are allowed to call it cognac domestically). We had a great tour of the factory, where the air made you drunk regardless of whether you were drinking or not, and the tasting session revealed to me what I always expected - I have expensive taste.

    Then! Back to Tbilisi (via another 83 monasteries). I managed to get my visa ...

    To a litle bit better world

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010


    ... working for now (albeit tentatively) because culture is a powerful bond. We stayed in a lovely guest house in the small village of Dilijan for two nights, and the owner, as he shared a bottle of premium Ukrainian vodka with us, over a dinner of grilled Lake Sevan sturgeon kebabs, said "In America, people are driving 100 km a day to work, thinking only about what to buy, sending their sons and daughters to die in Iraq and looking for meaning in the sacrifice. Maybe, " he says, ...