Diakonia Hotel

Address: 65 Plastira Nikolaou, Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 542 50, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 65 Plastira Nikolaou, Thessaloniki, is near The Rotunda (Ayios Yioryos), Ataturk's Birthplace, The Greek Agora and Roman Forum, and Ayios Nikolaos Orfanos.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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        The way to explore

        A travel blog entry by j3ster on Oct 29, 2015

        2 photos

        ... such great flavours and so well cooked, she had cuttlefish which I also tried and that too was beautiful. I never would have found or eaten at this place left to my own devices and staying with a local had really paid off so far. The experience of a local has proved valuable but I like the confinement of my own space to chill Airbnb offers both options so a space of my own is possible, next time if I do not hotel or couch ...

        Thessaloniki to Skopje - Where is Ahmad!!

        A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 24, 2015

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... but this seemed to stand out even though I was travelling on a perfectly valid UK European Union Passport.

        I identified myself, there were only six of us on the bus, he wanted to know where I was going, why, had I been in Macedonia before?. Still referring to me as 'Ahmad' I answered all the questions somewhat bemused. "This is my second time in Macedonia and I'm going ...

        Day 20 -- The Train Ride

        A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 23, 2015

        1 comment

        ... I was very grateful,
        it meant that we would be experiencing the actual culture, not a replicated
        parody. Upstairs was our table, tucked away in the corner where we could still
        hear one another over the music. I ordered myself a drink. Now my Greek is not
        only sufficient enough to order without flaw, it has started to pick up native
        habits. For example, in English you might say “What’s up?” That wouldn’t make
        sense to anyone who ...


        A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 01, 2014

        1 comment, 24 photos

        ... up more than half the population as a result of the arrival in 1492 of 20,000 Jews from Spain who had been expelled by Queen Isabella. They were later all sent to concentration camps by the Nazi's.

        We then drove to the Byzantine Museum. This is a beautiful museum that covers only the the period of the 4th century AD to the 15 the century. There were three periods of the Byzantine period: early 4-7th century AD; middle, 8-1204; and late 1204 ...

        Heading north to Thessaloniki

        A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 24, 2014

        3 photos

        ... where there are five seats, and I was in the second seat. So I didn't have a window or an aisle seat. Just crammed in between two people for three hours. Next time I’ll know to ask for a seat NOT in the back row of the bus.

        I got to Thessaloniki at about 1:30pm and got a local bus into the city center and found my hotel. This doesn’t appear to be the ...