Diplomat Hotel Baku

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, Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre, and Arch of Neutrality.
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Travel Blogs from Baku

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!!



A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 20, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

We headed out from the national park by the Georgia-Azerbaijan border down a long street with low wires which required us to use the broom manoeuvring trick again. The border crossing was simple enough, mainly because we hadn't been to Armenia. They are at major odds with each other at the moment and Azerbaijan won't let you in if you have been to Armenia. Once crossed we stopped at the nearest town to get some money out and get some lunch. Quinn and I went to a bakery and the owner ...

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

... but already having opened the drink! The owner of the shop, who was the only person with a hint of English, and who had been my main translator was so enthralled that I had come from London that he said I could have the drinks for no charge as he had no credit card machine. Fortunately, when the petrol station manager arrived and dusted off a dinosaur of a credit card machine he withdrew 15 Menats worth from my card, but when they then filled the tank it only came to 10 Menats. ...

1317. Baku’s Ugly Sister

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 06, 2012

8 photos

... to the city.

Problem is it looks like there are lagoons, marshes and hulking industrial structures blocking my way, but I continue on, determined to find a way. Finally, along the rail tracks it looks like Iike there's a dirt road that might, might take me where I want to go. Along the way, I get a glimpse of some true Azerbaijani slums clustered next to the marshes which look really polluted. The grandeur of Central Baku feels like a million miles ...