Vergina Hotel Thessaloniki
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... Shabbat service in the same way. Their rabbi is from Morocco by way of Israel, and the congregation a mix of Jews whose families have always lived in Thessaloniki, Jews from other parts of Thessaly, Jews from other parts of Greece, and some recent imports from Israel.
I was invited to join the community for its meal after services, riding a Shabbat elevator to the 8th floor of their building and enjoying the beautiful brown eggs typical of ...
... are people everywhere. The warm weather brings everybody out.
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Nothing exciting for the last few days, just lived like a local
Its Sunday here in Thessaloniki and pretty much everything is shut. So i head don to the boardwalk, which is about 7ks long. Its is a nice day for a walk. There are lots ...
This morning we are going to put our hanging around waiting for the museum to open day to good use. We drove to Giannitsa a small town about half an hour away, the road there passed mostly through industrial sites, with fingerposts to other archaeologic sites, of which there are many in this area. We found a parking place in the town and set off to the 'Internet top up' shop, we had passed it on the way in, so we knew where to ...
... front and saw the slow-going on the Metro construction in Thessaloniki. Cities with rich histories like this hate to dig. Every time they do, they find another ancient Roman bath, highway, *****house, or market. I took a few pictures of some Roman ruins that had caused what is probably going to be a curve in the metro line, whenever it's finished. After spending my last Euro coins on water and chips, I got on my overnight train to Sofia, Bulgaria.
... I wanted to post this was to allieve your worries about Megan and I. So here's the scoop. The fighting is between the police and these bands of college-aged to teen kids who call themselves anarchists. They throw stones at the cops, cops shoot tear gas, kids run away. So far the only big demonstrations have been in downtown Thessaloniki. If you have Google Earth you can search for Kamara or Galerius' Arch. This is where ...