Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a chicken and eggplant dish and a sea bass dish. The girls shared a cake with coffee while I had a specialty coffee. Fed a cat that then jumped on an empty seat at another table and went to sleep. We figured we watched two young kids in an arranged marriage getting to know each others as the grandmothers chatted away at another table. Lots of fashion misses noted [20AM].
Back to the hotel, enough booze consumed. Some computer time and bed by 2330.
... 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 ...
... Cold War. No, America is not the "Center of the World". Yes, despite all the anti-Russian propaganda we still hear, there actually are poor people who go there and find a better life.
When I ask Azeris how the Russians treat them, I get mixed reviews. Some say they are racist towards Azeris, others say they get along fine.
"But the winters are too rough for us" I'm told. "many people just work in the warmer months and return to Azerbaijan in the winter"
We stayed at an old 'Caravanserai' which is basically an ancient roadside inn and a place to stay for visitors. They were predominantly located in Asia, North Africa and South East Europe and especially so along the "Silk Route' which we are mainly following. The hotel was called the Hotel Karavansary. It was a beautiful old building dating back to the 12th century which had been fully restored.
We had a visit to ...
... We had the afternoon to explore Baku and headed back to the old town – this time the band was back together and we worked on our next song. To the tune of the Pirate Song we changed up the words for crossing the Caspian Sea – it was completed a few days later and sung in not so fine form to Laura on her birthday during one of our long driving days in Turkmenistan.
The next meeting time in the waiting game was 6pm. ...