Le Palace Art Hotel
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... overlook the Thermaic Gulf that fed into the Aegean Sea, but thousands of years of river silting have pushed the site about 20 kilometers inland (the same thing has happened to a lot of the sites I saw in Turkey, such as Ephesos and Miletos).
Finally, I walked back down through the town and found myself the sole visitor at the archaeological site proper. The workers and excavators seem to be focusing a lot of their attention on the ancient agora (marketplace) ...
... 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 ...
... soon. At first, Paul also believed that Jesus would soon return, bringing the end of time, the parousia. In his letter Paul is very thankful. In spite of many troubles, the Thessalonians stayed true to the Gospel. About those who had died, he wrote; “For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have died... the one who calls you is faithful and he will do this.” (1Thess 4:14; ...
... basics we need to be able to communicate and find our way around, but really I can't wait until I can have a conversation with a local. Going to the open air market is an amazing experience, but it would be so much more enriching if I could actually effectively communicate with the vendors. It's hard with communicating how much of something I want and how much it actually costs. There's a lot of hand motions. Sometimes I think they ...
... curse on their pretty cruisy lives. Having seen the demise of the country’s economic situation and the protests that followed, I was expecting the worst and prepared myself for a scene of endless protesting, confusion and absolute anarchy. Greek life is not just ouzo, olives and relaxation, now it also includes trying to keep your head above water in the economical s**t storm.
But enough about that, we had one day in the Northern capital and ...