Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki
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... the Great to wait for the bus back to Thessaloniki. As I'm trying to cram as many gyros as I can into my system before I head back to Turkey tomorrow, I stopped at one more gyro place in Thessaloniki and ordered the "everything" gyro, which I unwittingly found out includes ketchup and mustard in addition to the traditional toppings. It was strangely delicious, but also extremely messy, and I was thankful that I was eating it in the privacy of my hotel room where I could ...
... The streets are crammed full of cars parked in every tiny space available including all the corners of streets. There are traffic jams in all the main streets, but the drivers seem very patient, and there are huge queues of people at all the bus stops.
There is a lovely vibe about the city though, especially near the water ...
... It ended with the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks. The museum was arranged according to these periods with displays of everyday life and the rise of Christianity. There was a very interesting display of funeral customs and the tombs that were used. They were highly decorated and many of the pagan customs persisted into the early period. As religion grew in importance there was a struggle between the emperor and the church about the use ...
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 ...
... we numbly made our way back to the apartment feeling rather lost and alone. We sank into the sofa bed for a day of grieving through chocolate, sleep and TV, completely ignoring Thessaloniki.
It was cruel that we finally had some friends to play with, and just as quick we were left with less of them. We were no longer special and we were now at the mercy of public transport, schedules, worn boots and two particularly heavy bags.