Athina Palace Hotel
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... the colourful interior, was George's beaming smile. Upon leaving he bestowed a blessing on Pete, probably thinking he was the only one who needed it. We bid farewell, knowing that of the total of 5,000 tourists from cruise ships that day, we were perhaps the only ones to see inside that church. It was then a slightly easier 6 km walk downhill to the waterfront and back to board the ship for an early evening departure south to ...
... Two red-cross volunteers intermittently sprayed rose-scented water on the glass and wiped it free of lipstick and hand-smudges from those who venerated the relics. Roses, baby-breaths, carnations, flowers everywhere. Enormous bee-wax candles flickered with hundreds of small ones. It went on & on & on for hours. Deacons, robbed in royal red cloth sewn together with gold thread went in and out of the sanctuary, proclaiming petitions ...
... to miss that,
so I immediately jumped out of bed and ran to the lobby. There I found the rest
of the class and my two teachers who were now the leaders of the group. These
teachers were Brady, quirky as usual, and Eleni Koutsafi, my studio professor.
The two of them had done their research and found a happening restaurant in the
heart of the city. Not only was this place overflowing with music and people,
it seemed that not a single tourist had found it. ...
I'm in Greece! I'm currently on a train leaving Thessaloniki, Greece. This whole week is a pretty crazy one for us, but that's pretty much our norm these days! We left Rome and flew here to Thessaloniki and were here for just over a day. Now we are taking a six hour night train down to Athens. Thessaloniki is a weird city. It's kind of like Naples in the way it seems to be thrown together in a confusing jumble. It is much more chill than Naples though. ...
... Fair, and definitely go for a stroll around Aristotelous Square – the surrounding buildings will fascinate you. As far as shopping in the city is concerned, a walk down Tsimiski street will bring to mind the main shopping thoroughfares of many large European cities; if shopping is your pastime, you have come to the right place. As for entertainment, the wealth of available options for every taste and for every time of day or night will enthrall ...