Grand Hotel Palace Thessaloniki
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... cutest little rabbit in, weirdly enough he disappeared just before Tea time... Muhahahahaaa They eat late here starting at maybe 8 or 9 pm and it was 8:30 before I decided to eat myself. Sirmita had an appointment cancelled so came with me to the restaurant, when we got there and she started to order for us the owner told her that the bream was no longer the freshest and that Sea Bass had come in just a short time ago.... It ...
... end back by the park was a truck full of police officers. I ignored them and went about my way looking around at the bakeries and tourist shops. Then a couple of young officers standing beside me while I was looking at tourist magnets asked me for my ID
This turned comedic as I gave the ...
... second choice.
I arrived on Friday afternoon and quickly headed to the lone remaining regularly active synagogue in Thessaloniki, Yad Lazikaron. It is housed in the Jewish community building, which includes offices and a large community space including a kosher kitchen and dining rooms for meals, plus a children’s area. Thessaloniki’s synagogue is located right in the Modiano market area, between the old port and the market itself, no doubt ...
... 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 ...
... to prove she has indeed pulled the short straw. Then she leaves and the quiet girl climbes up to her bunk. I close my eyes again. Shortly, the door re-opens and back she comes, this time with a small boy, maybe 4 or 5 years old, in tow. A loud, constant monologue ensues, as she enquires whether he likes the cabin, did he want to go up, did he want a drink, did he like his little bed, "Good boy". Was he comfortable, what was his favourite food, oh did he want to come down ...