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Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki
... we decided to leave the idea of car rental for later. This would just put us way over too much behind our budget and it was not worth it. Itīs a pity anyway since we made such a big effort and last but not least we were really excited about doing it….mmm, hopefully next time!
All the afternoon we were walking around the city center and we could not obviously miss unusual atmosphere that was hanging in the air. There were policemen in every corner; ...
... receipt said I paid €30 (81 lira) for it, but their ticket said I paid 95lira!! To Thessaloniki! A place I've never heard of! Anyway, Sipo was great. She told me everything he said. He said we arrive in Thessaloniki at 6am and I can take a bus to Sofia from there. It takes 6 hours!! (Because an overnight bus is not long enough, I have to travel for longer!?!). And it costs €20. She told him I'm not paying for the ticket because it was their mistake that I was ...
... could recline. We both got more sleep than we did on the night train but it still was not a good nights sleep. We were interrupted a few times at border control for passport checks. Nathan had to pay a whooping €45 for his entry visa, however, I coming from the more superior country (New Zealand) was welcomed into the country for free! That just goes to show that Kiwis are more wanted than Australians are ...
We arrived in Thesaloniki at 6am. It took us an hour to figure out how to get onto bus number 23. It went past us twice before someone showed us the bus stop that we should have been standing at. Anyway we reached our hostel (Little big house) at 7.30am and had to wait half an hour for reception to open. After the reception opened we then had to wait until 12pm before our rooms ...
... across the top of the mountains. Lots of tunnels and bridges. As you came out of one tunnel you could see the next one ahead with a viaduct, hundreds of feet ( probably meters) above the valley floor, connecting them. Its sort of like you are on a suspended highway. At least it took my mind off my cramped quarters.
Thessaloniki is nice without being startling. Lots of very old churches ( eg 5th century - Church of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet