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Travel Blogs from Baku

BL #59: Find the Mediterranean Version of Paris

A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 30, 2014

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... the palm trees and sunny Mediterranean weather constantly tell you that it isn't! Much of Baku's architecture is done in a Neoclassical style, but with a distinctly Azeri spin to it - quite striking really, especially with the beautifully-patterned tiles found in Baku's pedestrian zone, which have a bit of a Spanish feel to it, like something you might find along the Costa Blanca in a city like Alicante.
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Baku, Azerbaijan: Land of Fire

A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 30, 2013

101 photos

Here we sit on the train as it chugs its way through the outskirts of Baku, awash in the pale pinks and yellows of the rising sun. Can't say either of us slept overly well. The two bottles of red wine we shared during the night made me feel like a coke bottle being constantly shaken from side to side by the overly enthusiastic clickedy clack of the train. Urrrgh won't be making that mistake again. At least we didn't have to share a cabin which was a pleasant luxury. First ...

Heading across the Caspian Sea

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

67 photos

... was disappointed when five bits of tiny of meat the size of 20c pieces came out for him to eat. Along the route to the capital city of Baku, we stopped to have a look at some mud volcanoes which we had read were meant to be spectacular. We were almost at the site after a long day of driving when the inevitable happened – our poor truck was bogged for the very first time! It was actually quite scary for us passengers on board when we started to tip at a ...

Baku

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 08, 2012

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... If Claire wants to settle down, I would love to settle down and stop traveling. I guess that is the goal in the end. It is not to see the whole world. When things go good, I want to keep traveling and when they are not good, I hate it. Today was one of those days when I just wanted it to be over and be with Claire. I hope to someday finish the parts I have missed out on like Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan another day, but it won’t be for a long ...

Evrovision, here we come!

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 21, 2011

59 photos

... sit in the shade with the old men playing Nard.

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We had some motivation problems getting out of our nice and cool room the next day, but we finally dragged ourselves out into the heat to do a quick city walking tour. I then really wanted to go up the funicular to see some monuments, but the funiculi-funicula-funiculi-funiculaaaar was closed! Tsssk! Stupid Lonely Planet. All the info about Baku seemed to be three years old, ...

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