Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapsis Hotel Thessaloniki
A very good hotel. the location is grate, right next to the center of the city. The hotel is big, it has restaurant and cafe and the servises are excellent!
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... the crowd to be attentive. The Bishop (Metropolitan) dressed in gold capped by a diamond miter sparkled like stars while he sat on the throne to the left reminding the crowd that St. Gregory Palamas had right of honor, as his predecessor, to sit at the throne on the right side. He spoke as though the saint was sitting across from him --- as he was. At least 18 priests stood in the midst of it all - cloaked in the finest cloth.
I was ...
... 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
... Shabbat meal, as well as Greek pastries of cheese and spinach. At the table we talked about Thessaloniki—in a mix of Hebrew and English, my Greek being nonexistent—and the fact that most reports written or televised about the community stress all that has been lost. Almost all of the Thessaloniki Jews were deported by the Nazis to Auschwitz, where some were assigned as a construction unit, possibly building some of the barracks I saw earlier in the ...
... It ended with the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks. The museum was arranged according to these periods with displays of everyday life and the rise of Christianity. There was a very interesting display of funeral customs and the tombs that were used. They were highly decorated and many of the pagan customs persisted into the early period. As religion grew in importance there was a struggle between the emperor and the church about the use ...
... let us know that the last bus for the day had left and the next bus was tomorrow at 8:00am. We were tired and hungry at this point so we grabbed lunch in the station and headed outside to get a hotel for the night. Thessaloniki is pretty sketchy and we crossed our fingers that we would be able to find a decent hotel. Rachel spotted a Holiday Inn and we set off in hopes that they would have vacancies. They did and we were surprised with how inexpensive and clean it was. ...