- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... location when this was a large, incredibly diverse Jewish community prior to World War II.
Known as Salonika under the Turks, the city had well over 50,000 Jews, and the synagogue has plaques on the wall noting the many congregations that existed before the Nazis’ deportations. These included communities from Provence (Old and New congregations, apparently), Lisbon, Calabria, Puglia, Sicily and many parts of Spain: Castille, Aragon, ...
... 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
... employee on the platform looked at our ticket and told us to get on a particular coach, which was much nicer on the inside than the outside, and we found our reserved seats....and a young bloke from Yorkshire sitting in one of them. They'd double-booked the seat, but it didn't matter as nobody else came into our compartment.
The distance between Sofia and Thessaloniki is no more than 300km but takes seven hours on the train. The young man who ...
... men, on the right. An external fount is still extant, used by early Christians to wash themselves of their sins before entering.
Got back after 1900 and rendezvous with the singles for 1930. James and Mary caught up to us and Roger and Celia added on at dinner at Dia Tavia. Had the grilled calamari which was plentiful if perhaps a tad overcooked [12E]. Suggested to Stern Sue have had to keep my humour in check. If she guessed same was due to the ...
This morning we left Izmir and returned to Istanbul for outlast full day in Turkey! We are sad to be getting ready to leave Turkey, but we are excited for Greece! We had a very full day packed with a ton of information and due to this it felt like we were sprinting through the city all day! First we went to a famous kabob (or in Turkey "kebob") house where we had a fantastic meal once again and then it was off to the ...