Grand Hotel Palace Thessaloniki
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... knowledgable, and interested in their own heritage.
It was a beautiful introduction on a brief visit to Thessaloniki. I regretfully declined to stay for the young people’s gathering at 9 PM as I had an early morning the next day. As I walked back to my hotel through the large plazas that lead from the sea to the Roman antiquities I was tired but full, and pleased to have had the chance to connect to this very intriguing Jewish community. A Shabbat to remember. ...
... talented buskers along the way. One guy is playing the trumpet in one hand, an accordion in the other and plating the cymbals with his feet, and he was playing some great music.
There was a troop of drummers marching along the board walk and would have had 100 peolpe following them. They were very good as well. Tomorrow i leave for Belgrade, Serbia
... never dare put sugar near our cups.
More ruins, more walking. We didn't do too much more that day. It rained some more and we ate dinner.
The next day was still pretty overcast but not freezing. We decided to go back down to the water front and hire bikes which we rode in and out of rain showers right along the waterfront. After getting to the end, we turned back around and went back. We didn't, well I didn't, really want to venture onto the road or up into ...
... Explore group. Passed on similar sentiments to Esa, unaware that the BS was already on board. Well, BS, most of your compatriots rate highly on the boredom meter.
Off by 0835 again with Vena for the newer Macedonian capital of Pella, then heading to the older capital at Vergina. We traveled through a rather tawdry, commercial area of the city. Diesel is about 20% cheaper than regular gasoline, a gap that is non-existent back home.
Philip II consulted ...
... apartment. First of all, in Greece, you don't flush your toilet paper. I thought that was just a myth before I actually came here, but it's the truth. You don't flush anything down the toilet that doesn't come out of your body. That's how it was told to me. So instead we have to throw it in the trash can. And as for the shower, we have a boiler in our room. You have to switch on the boiler for 15-20 minutes minimum to obtain hot water for your whole shower. But ...