Park Inn By Radisson Azerbaijan Baku Hotel
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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 …
... that wiped out approximately 1.5 million Armenians between 1890 to the end of world war one. It was quite a moving experience to see the damage that had been caused and to learn some of the facts behind what had actually happened. James had heard of the genocide, but neither of us knew the extent of what actually happened. To this day Turkey still disputes that it ever happened and less than 30 countrys have officially recognised it as a genocide. Its very sad ...
... the grand castle-like parliament building. Next, after asking around a bit, I find a bus that should take me in the general area of where the fire temple is. So after being stuck in a traffic for a bit, we're finally off, down a wide highway, heading for the very tip of the Baku Penninsula.
I'd looked this over on Google Maps, but I'm not seeing any of the reference points to know where I am. Finally I decide to just get off and start walking, hopefully ...
... at some
point, but it was closed off when I was there. There are probably 3 to 4 entrances to the old town. This is basically the only area of Baku where tourist sites are clearly marked. There
are signs in English pointing to where the sites and hotels are. There is also a palace inside the walls thatlooked quite amazing, but I didn’t get the chance to explore as I was quite busy with my trip conflict. There is a few other ...
... pace and money pours in from the USA and elsewhere. It's mindset is open and forward-thinking and it's desire to be counted among the "cool kids" means it will do almost anything to get there. Suggest to a Georgian that Georgia is part of Asia, and you feel as though you've just insulted their mother's cooking or spat on the Georgian flag. Georgia, in the eyes of a Georgian, is (despite what geography may suggest) unequivocally Europe. But probe a bit, and you get a strong ...