Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Baku
Travel Blogs from Baku
Drive to Azerbaijan via Sighnaghi Town and Bodbe Monastery. Cross the border and visit Caravan Saray, Juma Mosque, Khan's palace in Sheki.
... newly erected 'like original' buildings, which makes it a little bit sterile and like Disneyland. In a similar way Paris might have been the blueprint for Baku's promenade and center, which is obviously also newly build, at least parts of it. All the big new cars and the expensive fashion stores complete this impression. ~ 12000 km since ...
... in the vicinity but has since been restored/rebuilt.
The temple of fire was extremely underwhelming. It looked almost entirely rebuilt and all of the rooms annexed to the central temple courtyard were empty or under construction. Nonetheless we wondered around, soaked up the hip hop music flooding from the museum radio and laughed at the fact that basically the only thing on display at the temple's museum were huge print ...
... From here the Caspian Sea looked so green and clear it could rival that of the Mediterranean.
It was hard to imagine that the petroglyphs were created so long ago. The markings on the rocks depicted cows, boats and people dancing, just to name a few.
James Bond, oil rigs and exotic women, yes this is Azerbaijan. We sneakily popped by the oil drills to capture the strange an alarming number of ...
... that was taken at the Genercide museum. They must have been hoping that if they delete the photos from our cameras, we too might then think that it actually never happened. . We couldn’t have left the border control any faster than we did, and just when we thought the stress was over two friends realised they didn’t happen to get their passport stamped so they had to go back in and face it all again. Finally into Arzjerban we made our way to a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center