Balion Hotel

Address: 17, Z. Tagiyev str, Baku, AZ 1005, Azerbaijan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baku

Sailing across the Caspian Sea!

A travel blog entry by 2graytravellers on May 12, 2014

... to dock straight away. We had wondered if we may be anchored off shore for several hours, so it was with a good deal of relief that we ventured into passport control on shore.
However, we were not able to leave until 11pm, so we were all looking forward to a mid-night shower in our hotel in Turkmenbashy.
We started our trip across Turkmenistan the following morning , aware that over 75% of this country is ...

City Tour and More Walking around Baku

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 14, 2013

150 photos

... ended up in an Italian restaurant/cafe on the 4th floor where we had something to eat - pizza and chips mostly. After that we returned to the hotel. Noel and Leo decided to meet later for a drink and let me tag along again.

I then spent some time on the computer and called Serge to wish him a happy birthday. I booked a hotel for my 2 days back in Tbilisi and tried to figure out how I will get back to Yerevan since I fly back to the US from ...

A shocking day.... literally.

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 23, 2013

1 comment, 34 photos

... a chat. He didn’t seem to appreciate that I might have been having a chat with him from his lap having come through the windscreen. Unfortunately, he didn't appear the only one who wanted to talk to me, so I was happy to be in a big 4x4 for our tour of Baku.

Baku seems similar to Monaco. It is perched around a Bay and there is a very rich and up market end that caters for all your usual Bond Street stores. And around the outskirts there is a thriving and crazy ...

Police and traffic galore, welcome to Baku.

A travel blog entry by scruffy.alex on Jul 20, 2012

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... into the walled off old city which from indications had a range of sleeping options. Becoming quickly lost in the maze of alleyways, luckily we stumbled on a chap who was able to show us to a guesthouse which whilst still slightly pricey by the standards we had seen so far would do for two nights while we have a look at Baku.

We've also now made a decision that as a result of still not having the Turkmenistan letter of ...

What can oil do?

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 26, 2010

... and spinach), we leaned back on the tapchan, in our private stone archway, and listened to traditional Azeri music, the strains of the kamanche mixing with the rustling of the breeze through the trees in this outdoor courtyard. As we started into a large pot of tea, the music stopped - just in time for the wonderfully comforting sound of the call to prayer. I am not Muslim, but after almost three weeks in Armenia and Georgia, it felt strangely familiar and reassuring to ...