Egnatia Hotel

Address: 16 Antigonidon Street , Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 54630, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Antigonidon Street , Thessaloniki, is near The Rotunda (Ayios Yioryos), The Greek Agora and Roman Forum, Ataturk's Birthplace, and Ayios Nikolaos Orfanos.
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Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki- a whirlwind stop

A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Oct 09, 2014

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I'm in Greece! I'm currently on a train leaving Thessaloniki, Greece. This whole week is a pretty crazy one for us, but that's pretty much our norm these days! We left Rome and flew here to Thessaloniki and were here for just over a day. Now we are taking a six hour night train down to Athens. Thessaloniki is a weird city. It's kind of like Naples in the way it seems to be thrown together in a confusing jumble. It is much more chill than Naples though. ...

MACEDONIA MAGIC

A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 01, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... of oak leaves of 24 karat gold weighing about 3 pounds. In the tomb with him were a magnificent shield of gold, leather and ivory, his sword, his tunic and his shin guards. There were pitchers of gold and cups and others vessels all of gold or silver. It was really spectacular. There were also graves of Alexander's son, Alexander IV and Persephone.

After touring the royal tombs we drove back to thessaloniki. Tonight we eat at the grill.

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Our last week in Greece

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Sep 22, 2014

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... run on the roads screaming. It was fun.

We also saw King Phillip II statue. He was the father of Alexander the Great. He got stabbed in the eye during the war and he lost an eye. We played soccer close to the statue of Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus.

One day we went to a Hamam. It was really nice and hot inside but the place was very disorganised and they pretty much lied about what was available. They said ...

Greek Halloween

A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Feb 26, 2014

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... take this holiday. And when I say costume shop, I actually mean like a full fledged store dedicated to only costumes, with huge displays in the windows. They have the most brightly colored signs on the street, with balloons and other various images.
Everytime I walk past one of them now, I just kind of smile, because now I know exactly why they are there. And it also reminds me of what a great time I had participating in a piece of real Greek culture. ...

THESSALONIKI - GREECE

A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 17, 2013

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... the government had amassed loans into the hundreds of billions of Euro. Greece then realised they could not pay back this mammoth loan, and like any bad debt, the banks said no more and black listed their **** out of there. Now, at this unbelievably serious stage you would definitely go to your people and businesses and ask for tax right? No, the Greeks went to the European Union and applied for a bailout fund because if their country defaulted then it could ...