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... on heaven or on earth; and do not know how to tell about this. All we know is that God lives there with people and their service is better than in any other country…" They might as well have been talking about the same services I attended at the Cathedral of St. Gregory of Palamas in Thessaloniki this past weekend.
Let's start with the Cathedral. It was destroyed by an earthquake in 1978. A committed priest brought his tent and pitched ...
... for our new place of discovery. The train soon came and we all
clambered on. Our packs were bulky and people gave us large eye rolls when we
passed them. Our seats were found, and we settled in. Once again the cards that
I brought for this trip came in handy in passing the time. Soon however, my
sleep overtook me and I was out like a light. In and out of consciousness I
went, sometimes in a seat that was different from the one I had fallen asleep
... second choice.
I arrived on Friday afternoon and quickly headed to the lone remaining regularly active synagogue in Thessaloniki, Yad Lazikaron. It is housed in the Jewish community building, which includes offices and a large community space including a kosher kitchen and dining rooms for meals, plus a children’s area. Thessaloniki’s synagogue is located right in the Modiano market area, between the old port and the market itself, no doubt ...
... with some greens to top it all off. Also news flash! Water is free here! That is a big deal. After eating we decided to hike up to the Acropolis Walls. Online, these we're said to be the big destination in Thessaloniki. After getting a bit lost, we found them. And it is a huge wall. It was really weird though because the modern city surrounds the whole thing and there aren't really any signs or anything, so it's really just this random wall in ...
... that sold salad rolls which is rare! We then decided to walk out to the port, turns out the water front is really nice. Lined with cafés and bars all the way along. We checked out the main tourist attractions, the white tower and the square filled with people. We came across a boat that does a circle around the port and you just have to buy a drink to go on it, so we took a seat up the top and had a beer and a baileys frappe whilst we took in ...