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 …
... passport in order to prevent the clerk from losing face.
While waiting for their Baku> Moscow flight, Fox marveled at the shiny new airport. That Caspian oil is surely responsible for the Baku airport, which has absolutely nothing for the common man and makes American airports look like proletarian fantasies.
During that wait they were able to verify that no terminal change was needed in Moscow; thus were fears of holiday cancellation alleviated.
... have been on the take! :-) So yes, today the manager of our hotel drove us out to Yanar Dag which is a continuous fire caused by leakage of natural gas from a rocky hillside. Quite spectacular to see considering it was, as legend goes, accidentally lit by a shepherd in the 1950's and has never been extinguished. Certainly makes for a nice warm place to be in the snowfalls of winter. Azerbaijan itself means "Land of Fire". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yanar_Dag It is with ...
... the border with Azerbaijan, which again was an endless postcard of majestic mountains and valleys. The last valley deserves a special mention, because when I come down a small range of wooded hills, I was suddenly faced with a sea like flat valley of unending green and in the distance was what looked like a bank of clouds but were on inspection a wall of mountains. I have seen mountains before but these just rose to a huge height directly from a flat valley. It was as if a palate ...
Leaving Baku turned out not to be entirely straightforward. Initially we had planned to head for Turkmenistan on the famously unreliable cargo ship. The Turkmen Foreign Office however had other ideas and for no conceivable reason failed to respond to our visa application, although not before five consecutive days of telling us it would be ready tomorrow. By the time we had found this out we had already been through the arduous process of taking our Land Rover through ...