Kicik Qala 98 Hotel

Address: Iceri Seher Kicik Qala street No: 98, Baku, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Iceri Seher Kicik Qala street No: 98, Baku, is near Baku's Old Town, Maiden's Tower, Gobustan Rock Art, and Fountain Square.
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First steps in Baku - premiers pas à Baku

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels on Jun 21, 2013

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When we arrived at the hostel, at around 7:00am, Sally was very tired and slept directly. The hostel owners were very nice and understood our special situation, they then let Ismet sleep as well in order for him to rest before (yes, Ismet came back to Baku by bus to take his last bachelor exam, at 10:00am. He was very brave to help us !! Thank you again Ismet !)

While Ismet and Sally were sleeping, Jo and Niels went for a walk in old Baku (they were stunned by how nice was ...

Still In Asia Or Is This Europe?

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Oct 13, 2012

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... geothermal features are called mud-pots in Yellowstone). They are essentially mounds created due to oozing of mud and various gases from the belly of the earth and watching them belch and spew provides a few minutes of entertainment. Between Baku and Qobustan, the road passes alongside the Caspian Sea and on either side you see innumerable number of oil pumps, some still drilling oil. At the southern limit of the city is an area especially ...

1305. The Long Ride Across Azerbaijan

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2012

118 photos

... professor--and have to have a second job just to survive."

At the university we talk to a couple students and have some tea. I ask if we can take a picture together and the agree. After we take the picture and the professor looks at it, he says. "Take it again--I don't like this picture of myself"

"why not?"

"I was smiling"

Now it's not true what I read on the internet that Azeris never smile in public, but, yes, they do clearly give ...

Amazing Azerbaijan!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Jun 10, 2012

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... on taking us to where he thought the Embassy was and not where Helen insisted it was. After about 20 minutes we pulled up outside an official looking building that looked closed and empty. It was the old Turkmenistan Embassy. The driver then took the next hour and a half looking for the new Embassy.

When we got there we had to queue for another hour before the officials agreed to let Rogan and Helen get all our visas for us. This task ...

Unwelcoming Azerbaijan

A travel blog entry by jsynomad on Oct 02, 2010

11 photos

... water as there is an oily sheen on the top of it. In the evenings the pedestrian precinct and Fountain Sq were busy with families walking about til 11pm. This late activity might explain why it was difficult to get breakfast before 10 a.m.! Had a very atmospheric meal in an old caravanserai. Performances laid on by a traditional band followed by a tubby fire eater who also laid down on swords and a bed of nails. Finally ...

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