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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
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... br> - You cannot flush toilet paper due to the pipes throughout Turkey and Greece. I have to admit sometimes I forget out of habit!
- In some places the water is safe to drink, but it is easy (and so cheap) to buy bottled. We can get 1L for about $1 most places. Why is it so expensive at home?!
- If you want to eat at a sit-down restaurant, be prepared to be there a while. Nothing is very fast and the waiters don't really rush you except at the beginning when they are ready ...
... pretty easily. Our hotel made some recommendations for dinner so we went to find the neighborhood. Thessaloniki is a beautiful city right on the water. The city center is right next to the bay. As we were walking we noticed there were hardly any stores open. We found out that again, this was due to a lot of Grecians being on vacation. We found the neighborhood with restaurants, but again they seemed pretty dead. We found one with a menu we liked ...
... my luggage in Athens but Thessaloniki has customs so the nice bloke insisted I'd be ok.
There was a chance my luggage would turn up on a later flight so instead of pushing on to Skopje as originally planned we decided to go into town and give them time to call us with some good news.
For Maria this would also mean a change of shoes.
We had a brief stopover in Thessaloniki airport and we had to go through security again! We did not have any problems except finding where we were going to be loading from. It was kind of a maze but did finally get ourselves settled in for a wait and got on the plane ...
... Fremantle cousins). We would return to Kostas' restaurant for our last night as well. We loved the shopping, getting around on bikes and even salsa dancing under the 'White Tower' as we cycled home at 2.00am. Our first 2 days were dedicated to serious clothes shopping. Trish discovered 'personal shopping' in a boutique shop on day 1, where she was at the mercy of an amazing assistant. After one and a half hours of trying on more than ...