Hotel Moryllos

Address: Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 611 00, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki

The way to explore

A travel blog entry by j3ster on Oct 29, 2015

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Thessaloniki is like a grid square blocks of shops, cafe, houses and buildings. I like it! It has something soothing and homely about it. There are plenty of people and it does have tourists but the day to day bustle of the locals masks that very well as they go about their business. I took the lets follow the crowd approach and found some amazing places. I was lead to markets, back street hidden local eateries, museums, banks ...

Salonica Haga Sophia, Turkish Hammam, ID by Police

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 23, 2015

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... Greek, and Turkish history, finally back to my hotel to rest before my bus tip to Macedonia tomorrow, on the refugee route, wondering if I will even make it with all the refugee border problems.

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Thessaloniki's Jews: Diversity, Heresy, and Now

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 30, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... Shabbat service in the same way. Their rabbi is from Morocco by way of Israel, and the congregation a mix of Jews whose families have always lived in Thessaloniki, Jews from other parts of Thessaly, Jews from other parts of Greece, and some recent imports from Israel.

I was invited to join the community for its meal after services, riding a Shabbat elevator to the 8th floor of their building and enjoying the beautiful brown eggs typical of ...

Second letter from Mary to the Phillipians

A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 22, 2014

4 comments, 15 photos

... and religious art. We then moved to the ruins at Phillipi, and it was here that St. Paul preached, was beaten and imprisoned. We walked around and our guide Joanna has the amazing knack of re-creating through story, how things looked and operated in ancient times. We saw the market place where St Paul and St Silas were brought before the rulers and the cistern which tradition identifies as the place where St Paul was imprisoned. The ...


A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

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... churches in Thessaloniki. St. Demetrius is important because it is believed that he helped in the liberation of the city in 1912. Some things, like mosaics and columns, remain in their original form and were part of the restoration. Other things have recently been returned to Hagius Demetrius. In the 13th century, some Venitians took the relic of Saint Demetrius, which was kept in the Vatican for 700 years, until the Pope returned it ...