Grand Hotel Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... probably a result of the oil money that has flowed through Azeri banks since the 1800s. You get a much better sense of the degree of oil money coursing through Baku the closer and closer you get to the centre.
Baku's old town is pretty cool - there isn't much in the way of sights, but it's quite pretty and well-maintained. However, things get more interesting as you step out of the old town and into ...
... called Secki which was en route to the capital city Baku. Secki is an ancient town which was a major hub along the Silk Road. The hotel we actually stayed in was a Karavan stop where the old Silk Road traders used to rest their live stock and revive along the long journeys east to west. Most of the villages across the Caucasus region consist of men sitting around in groups drinking tea and playing board games with women no-where to be seen. Seiki was ...
... such a good idea. Just not really feeling this place... I had thought of hiking to the separate city Sumqayit on the north side of the penninsula, but I'm just not sure this area deserves a Superhike... the Baku penninsula (other than the heart of Baku itself) is actually probably the ugliest area in the whole country...
I finally reach a series of neighborhoods that climb up and down the steep hills. Up and over a ridge I do find a long, pleasant ...
... is also ridiculous as you can buy a ticket to USA for that and the flight is only 1 hour. I went to a travel agency and
asked for a different routing or to skip it and go to Uzbekistan and the cheapest option there was 500 euros, so I decided to go to the Lufthansa office in Baku and try to buy my ticket and they said 700 euros, then later it changed again to 3000 euros. I did everything the Turkmenistan Embassy told me to do and it’s a ...
... Canub Hotel. The hotel could be a great place, and looks like it once was, but now it's mainly run down and kaputt. We got exactly what we payed for: a big suite with a TV (Al Jazeera and BBC even!), and a toilet that we clogged up within two days.
Baku is an amazing city! You can see the oil money dripping off the expensive cars, the new and imaginative sky scrapers, and the well-watered Bulvar (boulevard). It's a pity that ...