Martha's Haus Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It's very wet today, but, we do the washing as there us an undercover area to hang it, we potter for a while and then drive to the retail park again, to buy some more components for the electric hook up. Then on to the car accessories shop. As we pulled in someone came out with a camera and took photos of Dream Catcher. Maintenance needs a ...
... that we require. However we bought lunch there, before looking around the other shops on the retail park. Maintenance wants to make an electric hook up for when we are on sites, there's not so much sun at the moment, it would be useful for charging batteries. There is a large DIY store and we get what we need. We also look in the electrical store and a shop called Jumbo, jumbo sells everything, including the ...
... now to the sea front and the White Tower, Thessaloniki's most famous landmark, formerly a prison and site of a massacre in 1826, it's now a museum. A pleasant walk along the sea front took us to the church of Agia Sofia, modelled on the Istanbul namesake and dates from 8th Century. We finished the tour at the markets and feeling tired headed to the bus stop to return arriving back at the camping site at about 5.00pm. Photos to ...
... we may run into them again! The people not the camper. Ha Ha Whilst Les went for a browse around the camper shop and then did some mechanical checks and a service on Dream Catcher. I baked some cakes, the chap from next door came to have a look inside and we compared what he has inside his to what we have. The washing had dried well by the time the sun was setting. We walked Logan and cooked tea, then watched a DVD. Photos to ...
... t want, never mind we may have to call someone whilst we are in Greece, next stop the post office but it is so busy that the door is lock and there is a queue outside, we decided not to wait, we drove along the sea front to look for a supermarket, I noticed another post office, this seemed odd in a small town to have two post offices on the same street! we parked and went in, there wasn't a queue in this one and a kind fellow customer told us which desk to ...