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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Baku
... Of course, I have worked long enough with these sort of exchanges to know that I'm bound to suffer culture shock at some point, but as for now I'm enjoying the experience.So far I have enjoyed the Azerbaijani hospitality given by the AIESECers and I'm starting to discover the city that will be my home for the next 13 months.❤ from Baku,
... The only thing to look forward to that night was cook group fours swan song meal for sector one and for once it smelled amazing! To be fair to group four (Julie counted in their number) hadn’t had the best of menus to play with so far, tonight would be their Woodstock moment.
The day had started well for some, we were all rested after the border crossing into Azerbaijan Azerbaijan the previous day which had been an eye opening experience. ...
... clothing and articles from the different periods of Azerbaijan's history to jazz it up a bit.
With emails we prearranged to meet outside the Old City subway station, and I told Giles to look out for a guy carrying a guitar on his back. I'll be easy to spot, right? Wrong. As I wait, a whole crowd of music students gather--ALL carrying guitars on their backs!
Now that doesn't happen every day.
Giles has the same trouble I ...
... Also looked at the petrol smell (we think maybe both tanks are leaking, which gives an unpleasant smell when you are driving along) and the drivers door lock, which despite Brian's assurances, does not lock.
Bumped into Kurt just as we were getting ready to leave! He obviously likes his job! He told us that the clocks DID go forward today in Azer, apparently there has been some discussion as to whether they should, and the deciaion was made only recently.
... with a Turkmeni girl who was traveling with her family, and who (luckily for me) knew fluent English. In order to pass the time, I asked her to teach me a Turkmen song, and she did indeed teach me a pretty little melody (but then she made the mistake of mentioning that there's a dance that goes along with the tune, so I insisted on learning that too -- but I never did quite manage to master ...