Enjoy two levels of cascading chandeliers illuminating barrels of saltwater taffy, shelves of fine bonbons, and loads of lollipops.Catch a guided tour to see the oompa loompas at work!If you have just 15 minutes: stroll down Zeynalli Street, catching a glimpse of the mysterious Maiden Tower (add 20 minutes and a fee to climb it for great views), colourful carpet peddlers amid ancient caravanserais, medieval mosques, century old mansions and an archaeological site.If you have an hour: extend your stroll though some more ‘lived in’ parts of the old city, see the powerful Double Gate and follow the battlements around to the 15 Century Shirvanshahs’ Palace complex (add around forty minutes and an entry fee to look around – limited exhibits inside) If you have two or three hours: Do one of the self-guided audio tours giving oodles of information on a range of the sights within the city.With these Jacksonville date ideas, miles of special memories are on the horizon.• A Sweet Affair - Perch on hot pink chairs on the airy patio of Candy Apple Café & Cocktails as you sink your teeth into sinful mac 'n cheese, and then head upstairs to Jacksonville's very own Willy Wonka Factory: Sweet Pete's Candy Emporium!which both earned significant airplay on commercial radio in several international territories."Can't Let Go" has received over 100 million views on You Tube to date.
In 2013, Faydee released R&B crossover hit "Laugh Till You Cry", primarily as a way to reach members of his audience who identified with urban music, in a time when dance/EDM was dominating the charts.
"Laugh Till You Cry" was produced by Divy Pota and features fellow Australian artist Lazy J.
The song became a pan-European and international hit for Faydee, and went on to hold the #1 position on the Romania Hot 100 Airplay Charts for 6 consecutive weeks.
If you have a little longer there’s a hop-on, hop-off city bus tour. Or head off into rural Azerbaijan and discover just how beautiful the countryside can be – deserts and mountains, canyons and beaches, forests and ski resorts – any accessible in under four hours. On the UNESCO World Heritage List, Baku’s compact old city core is a delightful layered maze of medieval alleyways set behind fortified stone walls on three sides.
Or a series of intriguing excursions to mud volcanoes, petroglyphs, castles, archaeology sites and even a still-burning fire temple. The lanes and passageways are lined by a plethora of historic buildings of very varying ages.