Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Baku
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... too much of it!! There were rivers flowing down the side of this mountain that we were crawling through and at times it was hard to establish the depth of the rivers. On occasion, both George and Mick had to get out of the car, put on their rucksacks and walk ahead in order to reduce the weight of the machine and give more clearance to get over bumps. With darkness firmly upon us at 3am, and only 60km covered after 7 hours of driving we finally hit solid road! Ger leaped out of the ...
... of some distance to the neighborhood of the modern art museum but I didn't really recognize any of it. The dinner was nice - I had some kebab that was good. Some others had borscht and really liked it. Leo was tapped by Trish to confer our tip upon Nick and make a little speech before we ate. I think the dinner was less successful because there were so few of us and we weren't at our liveliest but still it was nice, ...
... I thought I might be heading the wrong way. After confirming I was on route, I tried to get back on my BMW. However, it had other ideas! The frame of the bike gave me an electric shock. Not a little tingle but one that led to an expletive laden reaction. Unfortunately, I then had to touch the bike to see if it was a build up of static..... it wasn’t, which led to more pain & cursing. Then I had to turn the ignition off to see if that would stop it, it wasn’t, more ...
So an early start out of the guesthouse this morning to head to the port.
Armed with an excellent description of the new ports location and not knowing whether there may be a ship or not, we hit the road which fortunately being a Sunday morning was virtually deserted.
Rattling off landmarks as they slipped past the window, amazingly (considering our difficulties navigating the previous day to the old port), we stumbled on the sign ...
... in the middle of the night.
At 2 a.m. we woke to noises of a city and distant lights. Assuming it would take more time till arrival, we fell asleep again. At five we woke to eerie silence. The engine was shut down and we could see no land through the morning mist. What was going on? Many questions sprang into our mind. We wandered in a ghostly ship searching for reassurance, that we were not the only passengers on board. No noises, no people! Our ...