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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s nice. A little about the city: it is the second largest city in Greece and is considered to be one of the younger, "hippest" cities. It is also located in Macedonia which just makes me think back to my acting warm ups... "Seven thousand Macedonians in full battle array!" While here we decided to try to fit in everything we could. So let me take you through the day! We started by checking out of our hotel, luckily leaving our bags there, and ...
... Greece, surpassed only by Athens in population. It is the capital of Macedonia. Its founding can be traced back to King Kassandros of Macedon who was one of Alexander the Great's generals. St Paul visited here twice and established one of the first Christian communities in Europe.
We then drove to the Arch of Galerius from 300 AD when it was built to commemorate the Romans victory over Persia and Asia Minor. Between the 17th and 20th centuries, ...
... run on the roads screaming. It was fun.
We also saw King Phillip II statue. He was the father of Alexander the Great. He got stabbed in the eye during the war and he lost an eye. We played soccer close to the statue of Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus.
One day we went to a Hamam. It was really nice and hot inside but the place was very disorganised and they pretty much lied about what was available. They said ...
... and sunshine listening to good music cruising around the port. It was a great way to spend the arvo. So this day wraps up Greece. Greece has been great, not as we expected but still really good. Santorini was the absolute highlight, both loved it! We have learnt that no smoking signs don't mean no smoking! People smoke inside any establishment if they want to and everyone smokes and assume you do too. We have had enough souvlaki's to last us quite a ...
... to cull our worldly belongings in an attempt to travel with one bag from this point onward. We had to fit in our helmets and riding gear, tools, sleeping stuff, technology apparatus, personal and medical supplies, and lastly clothing for all weather conditions. We approached the task like politicians debating what is best for the future of our country.
We made the journey into Katerini to post the things we could not bear see be abandoned in a ...