Diplomat Hotel Baku

Address: Suleyman Rahimov Street, 185, Baku, 1000, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Suleyman Rahimov Street, 185, Baku, is near National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan, Parthian Settlement of Nisa, Arch of Neutrality, and Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Baku

    Day 86-88: Baku, Azerbaijan

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Oct 19, 2015

    31 photos

    ... relatively recently, having been taken over by fire worshipping immigrants from India - though the modern incarnation is a little over-renovated, though it does contain another excellent museum. Additionally, the original gas vent has run out and been replaced by a connection to the heating network - unlike the fuel supply to our last stop, Yenir Dag, which literally means "Flaming Mountain". Situated in a location where the oil levels are particularly close to the ...

    Unye, Turkey to Turkmenistan

    A travel blog entry by corktomongolia on Jul 22, 2014

    19 photos

    ... then played the sit and wait game before we were loaded onto the boat. The craic was mighty as we sat and waited. Us Irish lads, decided it was time to break open our “bribe bucket” of miniature vodkas and everyone sat around in the car park and had great fun. We then decided that it was time to break out the nerf ball, and before we knew it the customs officers had joined in with us and were throwing the nerf ball around the car park....great fun was had!!


    City Tour and More Walking around Baku

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 14, 2013

    150 photos

    ... and we could go in.

    Eventually we managed to leave to drive north out of Baku on the Abseron Peninsula where the Zoroastrian temple was located. The temple appeared to be in a courtyard and had a central structure with a larger flame and several other smaller fires. Along the walls were small rooms that had various exhibits. In one there was a mannikin lying on a stone surface - it was a burial place. Trish was questioning Ramisa about where ...

    A shocking day.... literally.

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 23, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... which was an interesting lesson in bartering. I had no local currency and after a lot of misunderstanding, I understood that they would find the manager as he was only one who could work the credit card machine. While I was waiting, I took a bottle of water and sprite from the refrigerator and started to drink it thinking I could add that to my fuel bill. I was a bit aghast to discover that the shop and the petrol station are separate and so now I was in a tricky situation of having ...

    To sail or not to sail, that is the question.

    A travel blog entry by scruffy.alex on Jul 22, 2012

    8 photos

    ... more then a minor obstacle to those wishing to enter.

    Finding what shade we can crouch in, eventually 11am hits and we are ushered in to a small waiting room with another group of gringos who are participating in the Mongol Rally and are also trying to get to Kazakhstan.

    Here we hit our next hurdle. Price of the car (calculated by its length in metres multiplied by 80) and the owner comes to 370USD. Considering our rallying friends ...