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... of Thessaloniki. In the 19th century it served as a prison for a certain period.
- Triumphal Arch of Galerius. It formed part of a monumental entrance that led to the courtyard of the great palace sanctuary, which was dominated by the Pantheon of Thessaloniki, now known as Rotunda. The arch was built by the Emperor Galerius to immortalize the victorious campaigns of the country.
- Rotunda. It was built in AD 306 as the temple ...
... girl saying 'blah blah blah-blah blahhhh' and they're trying to understand my interpretive dance because they don't understand the words. So you can understand that I'm beside myself. I don't know where Thessaloniki is. I don't know how far it is from Thessaloniki to Sofia. I am completely confused and upset and I know f*ck all about what I'm supposed to do now. F*****CKKK!?! The hosts don't understand me. But I think they realise my problem won't go away and making ...
... eggplant puree. The dish was accidentally put down in front of Nathan nd I made the mistake of telling him that he could start eating without me. It wasn't until Nathan's meal came out that we realised that he was eating the dish that I ordered! Nathan's meatballs on bread was no where near as good ha! The night train from Thessaloniki to Istanbul was a 10-11hr trip from 10pm to 8/9am. The seats were ...
... at 2,917 metres above sea level it is considered to be a two day climb. We are short of time and are therefore going to complete it in one day. In Greek mythology Olympus was regarded as the "home" of the twelve Olympian gods of the ancient Greek world. The mountain formed itself after the gods defeated the Titans in the Titan War, and soon the palace was inhabited by the ...
... across the top of the mountains. Lots of tunnels and bridges. As you came out of one tunnel you could see the next one ahead with a viaduct, hundreds of feet ( probably meters) above the valley floor, connecting them. Its sort of like you are on a suspended highway. At least it took my mind off my cramped quarters.
Thessaloniki is nice without being startling. Lots of very old churches ( eg 5th century - Church of ...
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