Park Inn By Radisson Azerbaijan Baku Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I got on the overnight train in Tbilisi okay. The train was numbered. There were no first class tickets available so I was in 2nd class cupee which is a compartment with 4 bunks, 2 up and 2 down. Fortunately I had one of the lower bunks. Initially there were only two of us booked in there but soon a Georgian woman and her daughter came in and …
... out that although 80% Muslim, Azerbaijan has embraced a secular way of liberal life. Good news! He was at pains to explain that he was a research historian and also qualified lawyer......so why was he up all night meeting and greeting semi retired Brits intent on blowing their Pension Pots on quasi educational holidays to places they cannot even pronounce.......?.. 10:30hrs After a decent breakfast consisting of Halal Spam, egg Pizza washed down bright with ...
We are here for the petroglyphs and mud volcanoes. A good museum on the petroglyphs funded by World Heritage, top line graphics and displays. Then a guided tour of the site itself. Settlement on the lake shore goes way back to 10,000 BC.the cravings are in rock shelters high in the hills. Great views over the lake of the petrochemical industries.
First bush camp, so lessons on how to put up the tents. Big heavy ...
... 4 million. It is definitely a big, commercial city. We could see a lot of modern skyscrapers and apartment houses. Ramisa pointed out the area in which she lives. Nick gave us directions to the supermarket, some places to eat, the sea, and the old town.
My room is on the fourth floor facing the street next to Trish and Tony. Once I replaced my key card with one that works and settled my stuff in my room, I joined Trish and Tony for ...
... have outsourced their services to a call desk which knows nothing, its the Government too. When we have recounted this tale locally, we get told of the Embassy's indifference to everything, the only thing they do is issue visas to locals who want to travel to UK. Nothing else makes money.
(Incidentally, when we were applying for our Russian visas, there was a big sign up, saying that if you think applying for a Russian visa is difficult, ...