Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... Two red-cross volunteers intermittently sprayed rose-scented water on the glass and wiped it free of lipstick and hand-smudges from those who venerated the relics. Roses, baby-breaths, carnations, flowers everywhere. Enormous bee-wax candles flickered with hundreds of small ones. It went on & on & on for hours. Deacons, robbed in royal red cloth sewn together with gold thread went in and out of the sanctuary, proclaiming petitions ...
... for our new place of discovery. The train soon came and we all
clambered on. Our packs were bulky and people gave us large eye rolls when we
passed them. Our seats were found, and we settled in. Once again the cards that
I brought for this trip came in handy in passing the time. Soon however, my
sleep overtook me and I was out like a light. In and out of consciousness I
went, sometimes in a seat that was different from the one I had fallen asleep
We didn't arrive with any particular desire to visit Thessaloniki (only out of lack of not knowing anything about the place...all you ever hear about in Greece are the islands) but it fit in as a good stopover and instead, we were pleasantly surprised. We ended up loving Thessaloniki and extended our stay for an extra night.
First impressions weren't great though as we were struck down with our second annoying airbnb host of the trip. ...
... have been present at the Council of Nicea, but his name does not appear among any documents from that era. He died in Myra on December 6 in a year uncertain, but between 342 and 352.
Many of the details of his life that we have appeared during medieval times. St. Methodius, Patriarch ...
... safe touching, and actually enjoy curling up with.
Shopping around here is a real adventure though. Ninety percent of everything has labels in only Greek. Let me tell you, trying to shop in Greek is a real struggle. If it weren't for half of the pictures on the packaging at IKEA I couldn't have told you what it was. Let alone GROCERY SHOPPING. Buying food in a foreign language is probably one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. Especially lunch meat. It all starts ...