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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... location when this was a large, incredibly diverse Jewish community prior to World War II.
Known as Salonika under the Turks, the city had well over 50,000 Jews, and the synagogue has plaques on the wall noting the many congregations that existed before the Nazis’ deportations. These included communities from Provence (Old and New congregations, apparently), Lisbon, Calabria, Puglia, Sicily and many parts of Spain: Castille, Aragon, ...
... are people everywhere. The warm weather brings everybody out.
5th, 6th, 7th
Nothing exciting for the last few days, just lived like a local
Its Sunday here in Thessaloniki and pretty much everything is shut. So i head don to the boardwalk, which is about 7ks long. Its is a nice day for a walk. There are lots ...
... Catcher we had a very late lunch and then drove back to Pella to camp for the night, ready for our visit to the museum in the morning. By the time we had parked close to the archeological site there was only enough time to give Logan a walk before it got dark. There are a pack of dogs that seem to live at the site, they are quite friendly but one barks at everything, Les gave it the umbrella treatment to shoo it off, worked a ...
... II, father of Alexander the Great. First stop was the Baptistery of Lydia for a beautiful outdoor Mass on the River Zygaktis. It was here that St Paul won his first European convert, a woman named Lydia, from the city of Thyatira (Acts 16:12-40). So in some way, it can be considered a birthplace of Christianity. Mass was to be in an open air setting again, which is a unique experience. The setting for the mass was stunning ... A small ...
... I'm crazy. Which I prolly am, but that's completely irrelevant.
The best part I would have to say are the people. I was nervous about coming here and leaving absolutely everything I knew behind. I didn't even know anyone coming with me. It was my first international flight, and it was done alone. After having an adjustment disorder, I was nervous as to how I would adapt to someplace so different than what I've grown up around my ...