Le Palace Art Hotel
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A retinue of ambassadors were dispatched by Prince Vladimir of Russia in 987 to search for a religion that could (i) unite warring factions within its borders and (ii) provide intelligence for future military campaigns against the Eastern Roman Empire, a bastion of Orthodoxy. A report was transmitted back to the Prince that said: "…And we went into the Greek lands, and we were led into a place where they serve their God, and we did not know where ...
... politics. I don’t speak Greek. Yet I do. Yet I did. I did all of those
things, and did so with a smile on my face. It was a moment of realization in
how much I have already changed from this experience. I can’t wait to bring
these new changes to every place I venture off to.
The rest of the night was casual and warm with cheer. After
the dinner we found a gelato stand and ate until we burst.
Soon after sleep found us and we were happy it did. ...
... or trying... all very fresh and amazing. Then, the rain began. We were under a pretty good tarp but it was a huge downpour and resulted with whole city flooding. Waiters were carrying food back and forth under umbrellas chanting 'rain rain, go to Spain' which was obviously some of the only English one of them had learnt!
The rain didn't really stop but once we thought there was a break we paid up and left to get back on the bus. We timed it pretty well so didn't ...
We went back to Thessaloniki for one night before heading to Skopelos. We spent the afternoon with my cousins in the pool on the rooftop. Then we sat and ate chips and looked at the view.
That night we took a taxi to Touba, which is a suburb in Greece where my Yiayia grew up. Taxi's are very cheap in Greece.
In Touba ...
... very good. When it comes down to buying a meal here, the drink costs just as much as your meal does. It has worked out nicely, because most of the time, we will go as large groups, order a lot of food and split the bill. It works especially nice because many of us don't have a lot of change in euros yet, and change is really a pain in the ass here. COVET YOUR COINS. That's my new motto.
I had the opportunity to go out that night, but I decided I would feel ...