Four Seasons Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with some greens to top it all off. Also news flash! Water is free here! That is a big deal. After eating we decided to hike up to the Acropolis Walls. Online, these we're said to be the big destination in Thessaloniki. After getting a bit lost, we found them. And it is a huge wall. It was really weird though because the modern city surrounds the whole thing and there aren't really any signs or anything, so it's really just this random wall in ...
... called Elia ( the Olive). We had delicious grilled vegetables, domados and Greek salad. We then continued on to Vergina. Vergina was the original capital of Macedonia. It was called Aigias (pronounced A-yes) After the capital moved to Thessaloniki, this place was still the burial place for royalty. Thus in 1976 the grave of Phillip II was found by Andronicus, a professor at a Greek university. Phillip II was the father of Alexander the Great and the King ...
... were forced to go elsewhere. In nearby Boerea, people responded positively to their message, before they went to Athens in Southern Greece. Paul heard news that the Thessalonian Christians suffered persecution after he had gone. Timothy went back to see how they were going, and when he returned with good news, Paul wrote to encourage the community. He also reassured those who were worried because members had died before Jesus’ return, which ...
... or not I got the position later this week. It has to do with curriculum development for a summer camp for children ages 4-12. I've done a lot with programming things and I've done a lot with kids, and love doing both, so I figured why not try it out? Even though it was a spur of the moment decision to apply, I'm still really hoping I get it.
The hardest thing about it out here is the language barrier. Our Greek class is giving ...
... this means Greece will cut jobs and wages, be scraping the bottom of the barrel to fund anything at all and will now be shopping in the thrift store for their next infrastructure upgrades. These measures have also seen the Greek people being hit the hardest and this passionate lot (who hate paying taxes, but love earning huge wages) have in the last four years, hit the streets and protested hard against the decision makers who have put this apparent ...