Sheraton Baku Airport Hotel
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We drove through the central park of Baku, Rahim pointing out this and that. The oil boom that made Baku was in the 1890's. It is quite a modern city at its core. We reached the Central Park Hotel at 1400. Nice to know Judas wanted his own room, paid out of pocket.
The rooms were very spacious. Send an email home and down for 1430 rendezvous. Walked with the girls to the water, lunching at Minvari. The waiters seemed to have better things to do than ...
... From here the Caspian Sea looked so green and clear it could rival that of the Mediterranean.
It was hard to imagine that the petroglyphs were created so long ago. The markings on the rocks depicted cows, boats and people dancing, just to name a few.
James Bond, oil rigs and exotic women, yes this is Azerbaijan. We sneakily popped by the oil drills to capture the strange an alarming number of ...
... and depending on the geophysical definition being used. For instance the Ural mountains are frequently considered to be the southern border of Europe and this would put Azerbaijan squarely in Asia. But Azerbaijan recently hosted the Eurovision song contest in Baku (quite a big deal in these parts) and it most definitely identifies itself as a European city. Despite being over 90% muslim, Baku is highly westernized both in dress and attitude. ...
... all these young men lined up--and to realize this didn't happen 100 years ago... these guys were about the same age as me when they died. Nearby there's a typical Turkish mosque and a monument to Turkey in gratitude for its assistance during this conflict.
At the end of the cemetery there's are 4 pillars with a sphere at the top, a monument to those fallen the the war, with a panoramic view over the Caspian Sea.
Heading back inland, I come across another ...
... a two page application form in duplicate, paying US$85 which then had to be deposited at a bank and receipts obtained and given to the Embassy. Well I know that the process took until almost 5pm. We honestly thought that we might have to stay in Baku over the weekend until Monday morning. Mind you, I wouldn't have complained as the City had a great 'buzz' to it.
Meanwhile, while Helen and Rogan were sorting our visas out it gave the rest of ...