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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... in, I headed for dinner at the same taverna I visited on my first night there. The meal again was delicious. The intention after that was to chill at the hostel before bed. I instead headed out with a few from the hostel to watch the Brazil game in the student district of Thessaloniki. Despite the score the atmosphere of the area was great.
At full time it was time to head back to the hostel and some sleep as I had to get up to catch my flight the next day.
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