Hotel Anessis

Address: 20 26th October, Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 546 27, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 20 26th October, Thessaloniki, is near The Rotunda (Ayios Yioryos), Ataturk's Birthplace, The Greek Agora and Roman Forum, and Ayios Nikolaos Orfanos.
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        The way to explore

        A travel blog entry by j3ster on Oct 29, 2015

        2 photos

        ... a lingerie shop but alas nothing in that shop fitted me. I did try on a €5000 watch but decided against it after a second or so despite the salesmans patter. My host Sirmita showed me to a restaurant in the afternoon as I had asked where I could get good fish. It was in an alley tucked away and had been there for over 50 years, she knew the owner well introduced me and asked what was fresh in. She then told him I would ...

        Salonica Haga Sophia, Turkish Hammam, ID by Police

        A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 23, 2015

        29 photos

        ... shops in midday. Use common sense!. Rather than be offended I found it all quite amusing. I guess they needed a quota of foreigners on their notepad so went to the most touristic part of town to find them!!

        Back in the hotel I rested for a bit before heading back out toward ...

        Thessaloniki's Jews: Diversity, Heresy, and Now

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 30, 2015

        2 comments, 2 photos

        ... for heretics. It was so important that not one but two false Messiahs flourished here at different times. Shabtai Tzevi, the 17th century charismatic Kabbalist who was widely accepted by many Jews as the coming of the Messiah, moved to Salonika after being expelled by the rabbis from his native Izmir (Smyrna). Shabtai Tzevi’s messianism became the basis for a European-wide movement of Jews who accepted his claims, some of which coincided with ...

        Second letter from Mary to the Phillipians

        A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 22, 2014

        4 comments, 15 photos

        ... therapy gives him as much energy as it gives relief to the person being healed. Now usually, I'd think that this was a bit of hocus pocus, but I've watched him at work and the relief on people's faces is amazing. We began today by travelling along the road which follows the ancient route called 'the Via Egnatia'. This was a road that connected major cities in the Roman Empire. Paul travelled this way to nearby Philippi, named ...


        A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

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        The town of Thessaloniki was founded in 315 BC. It was named after Thessaloniki, the daughter of Phillip II and the sister of Alexander the Great. Aristotle, who taught Alexander the Great, was from the area of Macedonia, in which Thessaloniki is located. The Byzantine era officially began in the 4th century AD. There used to be a visible Roman presence in the modern city, but there were a lot of building projects in the 60s and 70s that ...