How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Baku
Travel Blogs from Baku
... days. Its range was all the way to Australia. It is now defunct. Cucumbers in the area were oddly shaped and some birth defects are attributed to it. River water levels are low here too.
My bit on local spellings with the name of the town we had just stayed in. In the Lonely Planet, it is Sheki. In the anglicized version on signs, it is Seki with a squiggle under the 's' and the 'e' is reversed.
The colours of the Azerbaijani flag are blue, red and ...
... of space set aside there was barely another tourist in sight.
The Baku Ateshgah Fire Temple is a castle like Zoroastrian religious structure located in Surakhani (a greater suburb of Baku, Azerbaijan). The pentagonal complex, which has a courtyard surrounded by cells for monks and tetra pillar-altar in the middle, was built during the 17 and 18th centuries. It was abandoned after 1883 when petrol and gas plants ...
As we handed our passports at the immigration counter in Baku airport, the official first looked for all the usual information - passport details, Azerbaijan visa validity etc. but then proceeded to carefully (visually) scan every single page in the passport! What he was checking was the presence of any stamps from having visited Nagorno-Karabakh, a country recognized by no one, but claimed by Azerbaijan. Evidence of having visited this ...
... here but it does seem to have a clear theme, of a neo-Ottoman style with buildings of carefully cut beige stone blocks and, within the Old City, wooden balconies. What Baku does seem to be lacking in is an abundance of cheap eateries as Turkey. I finally do find a doner shop, but it's not very good.
Back in the old city, I check out Baku's trademark tower, as well as a small area of ruins that is open to the public, as well as some cozy little gardens.
... Azerbaijan highway towards Baku, the capital. However the highway was far from finished and after detour upon detour, some 10 hours later we arrived at our destination for the night which were the Mud Volcanoes located about 70 km south of Baku.
They are an incredible sight with thick mud bubbling and spurting out of these mini volcanoes.
Looking at some of the previous spurts it became quite apparent that you took a chance ...