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... the squares where there are lots of cafés and the market area.
We loved the old hotel where we were staying and the restoration work that Vassillis, the owner was doing in the building. The dining room was so tastefully decorated. The ceiling in the bedroom was covered in original friezes. His grandfather had bought the hotel in 1923.
... The city is full of cars driving and parking anywhere and everywhere! They park small cars on the corners (see photo).
The bus driver did an amazing job of getting around the streets, and at one stage he and the conductor lady got off the bus and pushed a car out of the way so the bus could fit through. It was quite hilarious and even they were laughing!
The sun was out today and we thought it was warm, but everyone else was promenading on the waterfront in their winter jackets and boots. The women and young girls have great fashion sense and the clothing shops for both men and women are great. Sadly, all I could buy was a pair of gym shoes and jeans to keep me warm - no more room in the pack! I haven't worn long pants since we left Australia!
We sat in the sun and walked along the waterfront with everyone else!
... stay 90 days but stayed 108. When Mum and Dad realised we had to cancel our trip to Italy and head straight to Thailand. We took a 6 hour train ride from Thessaloniki to Athens. It was very comfortable but boring. We then took the metro out to the Airport, where we said farewell to Greece and Europe. When we went through Immigration, Tom had to leave his gun behind that we had got him at Disneyland in Paris. They said it looked too real.
... priests, prayerful congregants and the most breath-taking icons blanketing every square inch of interior. Yes, Transfiguration was there (provocatively named Metamorphosis in Greek), large and beautiful. Paul was there also, the namesake of one of Thessaloniki's most signature churches. The waterfront's White Tower, Thessaloniki's iconic civic landmark, and the Friday evening stroll along the waters of the ...