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... sausage and these neat lattes that came out of a machine but were miraculously delicious!
Our "bus" left at 7 AM, but it turned out to actually be a minibus with about 10 seats. We commandeered the back row so that we would have access to both windows for picture-taking. The scenery was absolutely fascinating. We started by driving through the mountains, then we drove through this snow covered forest, then the landscape flattened ...
Our train wasn't due to leave Thessaloniki until 15:52, so we had a long, slow packing up of our stuff, as Hotel Kastoria wasn't the kind of place you would want to hold your luggage after check-out. After we checked out at the last possible moment (12.00), we walked with all our gear down to the sea for a final walk along the seafront from the port to the White Tower, then back along the main shopping street, Tsimiski. We popped into a couple of shops and ...
We enjoyed a complimentary breakfast at the Hoel Victoria of omelets and cappuccinos. I mentioned to Deb what a thoroughly enjoyable journey this has been, so light & easy. Deb comments this trek through the Balkans is a challenging and complex adventure. It just seems light & easy because we travel so well together and laugh through the adversities that others might find daunting. This is true. She says we should be proud ...
Up early yet again. Down partways for some more church pix. You show an animal affection and you've got a buddy, this time a dog who was happy to be rubbed. I would later see him in the garage dump.
Brekkie was fried eggs, tomatoes and cukes plus a strong [perhaps Turkish] coffee. It was good after the first sip and before the final grinds.
Off by 0830. Didn't realize Greece does not recognize an independent Macedonia, a little awkward re border crossings I ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">This is a city that loves its sculptures! They are everywhere. I was walking by a store along the square and, bam, a statue of two women shopping. Under the Stone Bridge is a statue of a woman diving into water. The sculptures just kind of pop up out of nowhere, and in the most random places.