Electra Palace Hotel Thessaloniki
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsElectra Palace Hotel Thessaloniki
We had a lovely room facing the sea that was clean and comfortable, Location is perfect for seeing all of the sights in Thessaloniki and the hotel staff very helpful!
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A retinue of ambassadors were dispatched by Prince Vladimir of Russia in 987 to search for a religion that could (i) unite warring factions within its borders and (ii) provide intelligence for future military campaigns against the Eastern Roman Empire, a bastion of Orthodoxy. A report was transmitted back to the Prince that said: "…And we went into the Greek lands, and we were led into a place where they serve their God, and we did not know where ...
... I sleep it is with both eyes half open, as well as crossed, and my
mouth almost fully ajar. I am truly a sleeping beauty. But who am I to complain
of their taunts, after all, free chip! The city of Thessaloniki found us
quickly after I woke up and the six hour train ride came to an end.
Thessaloniki’s best description would be the same as Athens,
if Athens were given the chance to breath. The streets aren’t as cramp, but the
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... II, father of Alexander the Great. First stop was the Baptistery of Lydia for a beautiful outdoor Mass on the River Zygaktis. It was here that St Paul won his first European convert, a woman named Lydia, from the city of Thyatira (Acts 16:12-40). So in some way, it can be considered a birthplace of Christianity. Mass was to be in an open air setting again, which is a unique experience. The setting for the mass was stunning ... A small ...
... I'm crazy. Which I prolly am, but that's completely irrelevant.
The best part I would have to say are the people. I was nervous about coming here and leaving absolutely everything I knew behind. I didn't even know anyone coming with me. It was my first international flight, and it was done alone. After having an adjustment disorder, I was nervous as to how I would adapt to someplace so different than what I've grown up around my ...