Khazar Golden Beach Hotel & Resort

Address: Mardakan District, Sahil Beach, Baku, AZ1000, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mardakan District, Sahil Beach, 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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    First steps in Baku - premiers pas à Baku

    A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels on Jun 21, 2013

    98 photos

    ... the sea.

    Sally met a very nice cavalry commander, Ibrahim, who invited us to have a drink in front if the sea. Then we had to come back to the hostel to meet our friend Ismet. Ismet was too tired to meet us, so we asked Ibrahim, the officer, if we could meet him and offer him a drink in return. But we got confused and finally did not met.
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    Still In Asia Or Is This Europe?

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Oct 13, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... a few years ago and is now pumping Caspian oil all the way to Turkey. With the establishment of this lucrative oil pipeline, Azerbaijan is aggressively focused on urban renewal and we saw the beginnings of several development projects that were either underway or getting started. A new bridge spanning a section of the Caspian Sea connecting towns south of Baku directly to the city center has been started. Also under construction is a ...

    1305. The Long Ride Across Azerbaijan

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2012

    118 photos

    ... about the Armenian insulting the Azeri flag, just that Ramil brutally butchered him with an axe while he was sleeping. The Hungarians put Ramil in prison but turned him over to the Azerbaijan government (some say there was an oil deal involved in this). Instead of keeping him in prison, he was recieved as a national hero.

    Wow. Did I get that right? Something's really, really messed up about that. So is this going to start a new trend? I remember I had Armenian and ...

    Week 1 in Baku: the good, the bad and the quirky

    A travel blog entry by danaeelise on Apr 15, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... something to stare at.

    • Elevators. Tacked onto the outside of residential buildings as a mere afterthought. Elevators that are built for tiny oompa loompas and sway, or don't fully close, during high winds. I think that Dreamworld was inspired to build the 'Giant Drop' after riding in one of these things...

    The quirky
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    To a litle bit better world

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010


    ... explained to us, Armenians are content to live with less and go without, if it means that they hold on to their sovereignty. As Levon said "It's better this way. We control ourselves. We are not controlled." On the one hand, as a Canadian, I question the viability of a nation that defines itself solely through a shared ethnicity and religion; my country is the exact opposite. In today's global village, is religion and ethnicity enough to sustain a notion of a nation? It seems ...