Minerva Premier Hotel
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... Shabbat service in the same way. Their rabbi is from Morocco by way of Israel, and the congregation a mix of Jews whose families have always lived in Thessaloniki, Jews from other parts of Thessaly, Jews from other parts of Greece, and some recent imports from Israel.
I was invited to join the community for its meal after services, riding a Shabbat elevator to the 8th floor of their building and enjoying the beautiful brown eggs typical of ...
... talented buskers along the way. One guy is playing the trumpet in one hand, an accordion in the other and plating the cymbals with his feet, and he was playing some great music.
There was a troop of drummers marching along the board walk and would have had 100 peolpe following them. They were very good as well. Tomorrow i leave for Belgrade, Serbia
... after luggage after this time and people still using hostel facilities, so we left our large rucksack in their luggage room and went off to find the free Sofia walking tour. Most cities have these - the tour guides don't charge a fixed fee but rely on donations given after the tour - but Squirt had always thought they sounded boring, but I persuaded her to join the Sofia one as we were out of ideas of anything to do by ourselves, after our ...
... an overview of the Thessaloniki days. The details of course can't be recalled. Saw a sign for Pella, on tomorrow's agenda. I've lost my water bottle from Tallinn. It had the water of five countries in it. Picked up four lane highway with some 30k to go. A thresher on a highway is not something you would see back home. Could have taken a turn for Athens but that will be for another trip. The kilometre readings were in the middle of the road. Gas is about 1.7E a ...
... pretty well preserved! They were amazing and unfortunately we were not able to take pictures. We were able to walk right up to the doors of the tombs of Phillip II and the Macedonian Prince. Although they were faded, we could still see color and detail and it was amazing hoe well the ground preserved the tombs. Next we headed to our hotel in Kalambaka and now it is safe to say I am exhausted and it is time for bed!!