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Up early and walk the 2.5ks to the train that departs at 8.15am. Just as i arrive at the station it starts to rain heavily. This train back into Thessaloniki is an old diesel electric, and it shakes and rattles for the next 3.5 hours.
Arriving in Thessaloniki the weather is fine and almost warm. It is blus sky and must be around 17 to ...
... to Dream Catcher for the mains cable, on our return Technical support were trying to sort it out, by the time we had been there another hour or so they suggested that we leave it with them and come back tomorrow when it's sorted out. We gave them our phone number and left. Now when we planned to hang around for a day we didn't expect 4 hours of to be in mobile phone shops, the ironic thing is we dislike mobile phones! Back ...
... us into Thessaloniki once we had arrived, as he had been there the previous week and his hotel was on the same street as ours.
So we found our hotel without difficulty. Thessaloniki doesn't have a hostel scene like other cities we have visited, so I booked the cheapest hotel in town as it was the only one within my budget. I had read the reviews afterwards and was looking forward to seeing the place with some trepidation. Truly, Hotel Kastoria ...
We flew into Thessaloniki from Abu Dhabi via Athens and as soon we were back on Greek soil again, vowed to forget about work and focus on 3 things...... Lazy lunches, sunsets and calamari. Our drive into the city reminded us of Piraeus and we could sense it was definitely not touristy like Athens. This was very much a Greek city and quite different from what we had seen before....it was Macadonia and we knew we were going to love it. We ...
Lisa, Jasmine, and Emily presented on Sacred Greek Music.
In Greece, the vital connection of the country to the Greek Orthodox church provides a rich tradition for sacred music. In the music that is presented in church services, long and short syllables are used in variation to add excitement and variety to the music. Occasionally, sacred texts can be harder to understand than modern Greek music, because the pronunciation has less accentuation.