Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... a lingerie shop but alas nothing in that shop fitted me. I did try on a €5000 watch but decided against it after a second or so despite the salesmans patter. My host Sirmita showed me to a restaurant in the afternoon as I had asked where I could get good fish. It was in an alley tucked away and had been there for over 50 years, she knew the owner well introduced me and asked what was fresh in. She then told him I would ...
At the eastern end of the city is the famous landmark of Thessaloniki, the White Tower. This was built by the Ottomans for defence when Salonica (Thessaloniki) was an ...
... Shabbat meal, as well as Greek pastries of cheese and spinach. At the table we talked about Thessaloniki—in a mix of Hebrew and English, my Greek being nonexistent—and the fact that most reports written or televised about the community stress all that has been lost. Almost all of the Thessaloniki Jews were deported by the Nazis to Auschwitz, where some were assigned as a construction unit, possibly building some of the barracks I saw earlier in the ...
... the forum are in decay but impressive still as feats of architecture. We saw the remains of the first Christian basilica (church) from the 5th century. According to was has been written, St. Paul had a special devotion to the people of Phillipi. After an excellent seafood lunch, right on the water at Kavala, we headed onto Thessaloniki, Greece’s second city, founded in 315 BC, where St Paul preached during the winters of 49-50AD ...
Again, it's been about another week since I've had the chance to write on here. It's crazy how time flies here. There is no rush to doing things, and life moves slowly, but a week still goes by in the blink of an eye. I've been here for three weeks now. It feels like forever, yet no time at all.
One of the most exciting things that has happened this past week is what we would refer to as the Greek Halloween. Here it is called Apokries. It is a two ...