Hotel Villa Anais
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... on the beaches at night and drank too much retsina one night and missed going out to the island Thassos which is just off the coast from here because we weren't feeling too good in the morning!
There is a well preserved acqueduct in the town and a huge city wall and fort on top of the hill, overlooking the port and fishing boats. Again there are lots of cafés and delicious cake shops!
... by Thraceans. The Greeks wanted the fertile plains inland and the town of Krenides because of the riches (gold and silver) found in the surrounding mountains. They were unsuccessful in dislodging the Thraceans so the called upon the help of King Phillip II of Macedonia in 356 BC. King Phillip had a large army and wished to expand his kingdom eastward, so he came to the aid of the Greeks and conquered the Thraceans and renamed the ...
... for a synagogue. They met for prayer by the River outside the city, where interested gentiles joined them. Around 49 AD, Paul, Timothy and Silvanus climbed the Roman ‘Via Egnatia’, from the port of Neapolis (today’s Kavala) to Philippi. They met Lydia, a trader in purple dye and a gentile ‘worshipper of God’, with other women gathered at the river for prayer (Acts 16:3 & 14). Lydia and her entire household were baptized. They ...
... and other treasures. The monasteries were
built on top of these hills and peaks during the invasion by the Turks. Because the monasteries were built in such inaccessible places, the Turks let them alone to practise their religion. It is amazing to see such buildings and all we could wonder was ... How were they built, how they got everything up to the peaks and how they got /and still get supplies. St. Steven's monastery, a convent and another monastery ...
... without the name of Jesus and the promises of God being on the lips of believers? Let it be granted that people and churches are avenues to fellowship, learn, and worship, but they are not the center of attention. When they become the center of attention, the gospel as been compromised and it becomes difficult to tell where the gospel ends and the person, group, or institution begins. In those instances, the interests of the parties involved revolve around a distorted ...