Dimitra Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... My first day in Thessaloniki was fruitful. The professors at the University of Thessaloniki School of Theology were affable & considerate. They seemed flattered that I traveled to meet them after prior, extensive email communications. Follow-up meetings were scheduled. I was exhausted and ...
... was the size of the seat. I just could not imagine how I was to sit in it for nine hours. Where would I put my knees and legs? It was too late to turn back so I shoehorned my buttocks into the seat, wrapped my ankles around the bottom of the seat, laid my head on the back of the seat so it gazed to the right while my torso twisted to the left. Guantanamo interrogators call it "stress positioning." I was ready to ...
... would come and check it. He seemed annoyed that he was called up to our room in the middle of the night. Uh hello we want to go to bed too! The engineer arrived 10 minutes later. As soon as he walked in he said he knew what the noise use was and advised a part in the air conditioner needed replacing. The engineer went and got another part. He returned, changed the part and fixed the problem. The engineer's name was Marcos. He ...
... at a Greek restaurant in Greece with the Acropolis in the background and music in the air thats awesome....how could I not have enjoyed it?
Day three saw a ridiculously early start as we took a ferry to Mykonos. I won't bore you with the details of the ferry ride but the arrival into Mykonos was everything and more than I hoped it would be. Whitewashed square buildings with blue shutters and paved streets with painted white lines. It was picture perfect and ...
... arrived. But, things have worked out quite well in another way. A lady here named Irene from Northern Ireland had signed up for the workshop next week, which is a Vippassana meditation retreat. A full retreat would include no speaking at all for ten days (and of course no Internet, tv, phone, etc), basic meals, hours of meditation and walking each day, getting up very early and going to bed pretty early too. This retreat is actually a light ...