Mediterranean Palace Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Shabtai himself and his Polish wife Sara who both converted to Islam, eventually settled in Salonika. They remained there as a separate, Kabbalah-inflected community, until well into the 20th century when Greece forced out its Muslims.
Today’s Jewish community in Salonika is modest in size. Estimates range from 1000 to 4000 people. But it remains a living, functioning, unique Jewish community. The Shabbat service I attended was quite ...
Up early and walk the 2.5ks to the train that departs at 8.15am. Just as i arrive at the station it starts to rain heavily. This train back into Thessaloniki is an old diesel electric, and it shakes and rattles for the next 3.5 hours.
Arriving in Thessaloniki the weather is fine and almost warm. It is blus sky and must be around 17 to ...
... i head down to the water front and visit the White Tower. The views it offers from the top on a nice day are very good. My first impressions of the city are good. Its not the cleanest city, but nor is it the dirtiest i have been to. Spent most of the day on my feet walking, so by around 4pm i think its time to had back and put the feet up.
Today is spent walking and exploring the city. The open air markets were a great find, with so much fresh fruit around i ...
... The valley floors are farm country. Some closing of the eyes is acknowledged as it several unknown types of crops.
Lots of black hose used for another watering method. Headed toward Edessa. Hit our first traffic light in days. Still 83k to go at 1430, Esa's speed not nearly as fast as I thought. Saw my first Greek national flag. Peaches were heading to market. The buildings range from spiffy new glass to decrepit, old factories.
We hit ...
... interesting were that the city has a special name: "Συμπρω 964;εύουσα ;," or "Symprotévousa," which means "co-capital and the frappé latte was invented here!! Bless them for that!! We went to the Church of Saint Demitrius, where we toured the sanctuary and the crypt, which sadly was not in its original form because of several fire over the years and the worst one in history was in the 20th century ...