Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Sunday was spent on a really great City Tour half of which consisted eating a slap up Azerbaijani lunch consisting of cheese, beef stew and flat bread. Some of the more mature folk were already dozing off by the time we arrived at the Panoramic view point......a quick tour of the "palace" followed where we were crammed with useful facts non of which I can accurately recall............ After an interesting discussion with one of the group about the merits of ...
... and a panoramic view from the top.
As a group we did the walking tour which covers all the old city highlights. Palace, mosque, statues and squares. We finished up in Fountain Square for a cold drink and some people watching. Afternoon walk along the lakeside in the sun finished a full sightseeing day.
In the evening a few of us broke out the credit cards and hit the bar at the Four Seasons for cocktails. Great fun...I just ...
Note; I wrote this on another blog, I'm now exporting to Travelpod, I didn't change the wording though:)
Once again I'm starting up a blog to share my journey abroad with friends and family across the globe. This time I have ventured to the country located at the coast of Caspian sea, a land between Europe and Asia; Azerbaijan.Now how did I ...
... from the girls in the back.
The sky grows dark and the roads more twisty and rougher as we get closer to the border. The hours tick by very slowly and it's almost midnight as we stop for gas just shy of the Georgian border.
Armenia has been great, wonderfully kind people, amazing food, great history and stunning Monastaries, I'm sad to leave and would love to return in the future.
The crossing is smooth as we're in two small groups driven ...
... helpful, friendly people... and also some useless ones.
The boat itself was ride on, ride off (RORO), although it's not quite as seamless as that. We had a cabin to sleep in and were bunked with four other gringos who'd arrived while we were waiting. Six people, beds for five, we were here first... you work it out!
As for Azerbaijan... it's the first country I've been to where I ...