Hyatt Regency Baku
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... on exiting the place [40AM]. Fed a cat some lamb. The wine was fine; the trashing, even better.
Stopped at a Lavazzo on the way back for a cappuccino. Returning to the hotel, Research was climbing the stairs. We headed up to the Sky Bar but it was closed. We started down the stairs, hearing the others also headed that way, avoiding them with our catlike moves. Didn't really need another drink.
Back for email, blog and downloading. Bed by midnight.
... manicured gardens and up a heavenly-lit staircase. The view from the top was incredible. Apparently the Azeri government had spent some 10 billion doing up the city prior to the Eurovision contest that was held in 2012.
It was very kind for Ismet and Wahid to shout us a Turkish dinner before we proceeded to the park to drink Azeri tea with sugar syrup apricots.
Baku, you are so beautiful in the ...
... 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 ...
I continue on to away from the neo-Ottoman styled down town, to an area of high rise building--still fairly well maintained though. Here a middle aged fellow approaches me and talks to me in English, which I'm quite happy to hear. He's a university professor, and invites me to stop at his university and meet a couple of his students.
I comment at how beautiful Baku is. "The problem is that wages are extremely low here, and the cost of living is high. I'm ...
... with signs and flags everywhere. The Azeri people are very proud of the contest and we have often been asked if we watched it. Unfortunately we were in Armenia with no TV!
Baku is a very modern city with fountains everywhere. It has the reputation of being one of the most polluted in the world but it didn't seem too bad.