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Address: 28, Shamsi Rahimov Street, Baku, AZ1069, Azerbaijan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 28, Shamsi Rahimov Street, Baku, is near National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan, Parthian Settlement of Nisa, Arch of Neutrality, and Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Baku

    Sailing across the Caspian Sea

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Jul 28, 2014

    16 photos

    Well that was different. In the evening, we finally arrived at a hill just south of Qobustan. This lunar landscape is the site of a series of mud volcanoes which splat away periodically. It was so dusty and windy up here. I spent a while walking around this desolate area until after sun set.

    I then made a decision to not put up the tent and sleep underneath the stars. After supper, using one of the cooking tables ...

    Baku, Azerbaijan: Land of Fire

    A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 30, 2013

    101 photos

    ... lesson which brings things up to the present and finds us sat in Kafe Araz by Fountain Square enjoying a bite to eat and chilled Efes beer in 25 degrees. For all those at work - we wish you a most productive day. Cheers. The rest of our time in Baku passed by in much the same way. Sleeping until 11am, browsing the internet, skyping friends and family, trying to figure our the world's most confusing metro, walking down the seaside boulevard, grabbing something to eat from one of ...

    A shocking day.... literally.

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 23, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... been swept through the rolling hills that should have proceeded that sort of mountain chain. What was more incredible is that I thought they were about 10kms away but I was to discover that was more like 50kms, which made them even more impressive.

    My road continued to be dotted with livestock which grow in number, but in a few towns I was surprised to see horses ambling around without any cares and seemingly no owners. In addition, there were some wonderful sights on ...

    Escape from Azerbaijan

    A travel blog entry by alseum on Apr 20, 2012

    ... Suffice to say that if Kafka had ever tried to pay a penalty for overstaying a transit visa in Azerbaijan then The Trial would be a trilogy. So there we were with no vehicle and no visa. Our only other option from this cul-de-sac of a country was a boat north to Kazakhstan, the problem being that the Kazakh boat makes the Turkmen boat look like a Japanese commuter service by comparison. It turns up anytime from once every three days to once every three weeks, ...

    Baku, Oil metropolis

    A travel blog entry by tonztosee on May 22, 2011

    19 photos

    ... bewildered as to why we would go to such a terrible place. The story behind it is that the Armenians have occupied a land mass of one quarter of Azerbaijan causing many deaths and displaced people. The reason for this is again very complicated and depending who we asked, we got conflicting information. When you arrive in Baku, however, it is hard to fathom that it is essentially a country in war. Being one of the most ...