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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Amalia Thessaloniki
Very central, rooms lovely and warm, bathroom small and a good breakfast for €4.00 each. Room cost €45.00 on a Sunday night and would have cost €65.00 on a Sat. night
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... receive the Eucharist in the sanctuary, an honor afforded me by one of the priests I befriended. And, I accepted. Slowly and methodically I weaved my way through the throng of worshipers, occasionally nudged from behind with an occasional elbow to the ribs and entered the sanctuary by the door to the right and behold -- I was in! I made it! And, I came face to face with television flood lights. That’s right -- the local TV station had ...
... 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
... of pink lady apples for 1 euro. Best apples. After walking to the wrong Train staion, i find my way to the right one to buy a ticket to Meteroa. Its a place full of Monasteries built on top of huge sandstone peaks, should be very interesting.
This brings the day to an end, and i have tea in a nice little greek cafe. I order a greek salad, which is huge, enough for tomorrow night as well.
Today was meant to be cloudy and wet, but it didnt rain and the afternoon was blue sky.
... The valley floors are farm country. Some closing of the eyes is acknowledged as it several unknown types of crops.
Lots of black hose used for another watering method. Headed toward Edessa. Hit our first traffic light in days. Still 83k to go at 1430, Esa's speed not nearly as fast as I thought. Saw my first Greek national flag. Peaches were heading to market. The buildings range from spiffy new glass to decrepit, old factories.
We hit ...
... interesting were that the city has a special name: "Συμπρω 964;εύουσα ;," or "Symprotévousa," which means "co-capital and the frappé latte was invented here!! Bless them for that!! We went to the Church of Saint Demitrius, where we toured the sanctuary and the crypt, which sadly was not in its original form because of several fire over the years and the worst one in history was in the 20th century ...