Hotel Kinissi Palace
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... location when this was a large, incredibly diverse Jewish community prior to World War II.
Known as Salonika under the Turks, the city had well over 50,000 Jews, and the synagogue has plaques on the wall noting the many congregations that existed before the Nazis’ deportations. These included communities from Provence (Old and New congregations, apparently), Lisbon, Calabria, Puglia, Sicily and many parts of Spain: Castille, Aragon, ...
... talented buskers along the way. One guy is playing the trumpet in one hand, an accordion in the other and plating the cymbals with his feet, and he was playing some great music.
There was a troop of drummers marching along the board walk and would have had 100 peolpe following them. They were very good as well. Tomorrow i leave for Belgrade, Serbia
... with light misty rain. The walk to the tower takes you through the old city, so hardly any cars to run you over. The view was not great due to the fog, but it was so peaceful.
On Sunday i spent a few hours wandering along the waterfront which was very crowded and the occasional glimpse of blue sky. The ocean has been absolutely dead flat everyday due to not a breath of wind. Tomorrow its of to Kalabaka to visit Meteora, the monasteries perch on sandstone peaks.
... also cumulatively too long. Daniela had suggested 20E but I settled on 15E after consultation. He did make an interesting comment about how Romans changed Greek theatres into ampitheatres. At Ohrid, the first eight rows were removed. It nixed the acoustics of the place.
Touring the site itself was reminiscent of Roman sites in Algeria and Tunisia, John. The uni ancient history major was back in his element. There were some modest mosaics. It was quite ...
Today we headed south towards Nena's home town of Thessaloniki. Driving into the city I noticed something that would become a theme of my time in southern Greece, the fantastic graffiti. We stopped attaché church of St. Demetris first. The building was once a Roman bath house where the saint was to turned and killed by Romans. The church was filled with many icons but the coolest one was the silver tomb of the saint himself. Under the church the old bath house ...