Macedonian Sun Hotel
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- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... to stay the night at her place. So amazing. That morning we had another wonderful Greek frappe and a lovely time. I feel like that story just shows a touch of the Greek culture. They are very open people, so welcoming, hospitable and exuberant, have no respect for rules, and LOVE to eat. I understand why! The food here is so amazing. If you ever want to go to a country for the food, you gotta come to Greece! I'm afraid I'm going to get very fat here! Thessalonica was ...
... The next morning I woke energized and ready to start my first day of sightseeing. We ate breakfast at the cafe where Barb said a friendly dog would chase away the pigeons. I had a really delicious donut and coffee and tried some of barbs baclava. The view around the cafe wasn't beautiful though again the graffiti couldn't be ignored I also noticed layers of old and new concert notices covering the stone columns. As we walked down the street, I noticed a lot of gang ...
... steps while taking photos. Returned to site entrance ......... and no Lynn!!
Even locals with no English wanted to help and offered mobile phones to 'make the call' ... no help we have no 'phone.
With deadline for returning to ship 'looming' walked the site again ............. and found her sitting reading under a tree oblivous to the 'panic' ........ one 'flight' of stairs up from the entrance ......... just where he left her!
... A little further along we met a young man with his sheep and goats, quite a large herd, with some rams that had very large horns. We waited for them to pass, a couple of straddlers panicked because they were left behind and ran up the banking away from us bleating to the rest if the herd.
The village is very pretty, we dropped down the narrow cobbled tracks that wound their way down the hillside, some of the whitewashed houses with red roof tiles looked as if they were ...
... rather impressive built completely out of Marble. After a few pictures of it, I went to the Cafe opposite the theatre and enjoyed another cold Cappuccino. After heading back to hotel, I relaxed back at the hotel before heading to Larisa town centre and somewhere to eat. It was a nice bustling area and I quite enjoyed the wee wander. After that it was back to the hotel and a coffee before bed as I was up early to get the train to Athens. Another enjoyable day ...