Porto Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... There was even on Ashkenazic synagogue of German Jews. They all came to Salonika because of the freedom the Ottoman rulers accorded many minorities, particularly Jews, and because of the economic vitality of the city.
Along with their various musical, culinary, and liturgical traditions the Spanish Jews brought a deep interest in mysticism to Salonika, which became a noted center of Kabbalah. Salonika had a bit of a reputation as a promised land for ...
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 ...
... misfortune to end up in our compartment was far too nice for his own good - he was a railway guard who was taking advantage of free rail tickets throughout Europe to take rail journeys during his work breaks. The poor lad was harangued by Squirt for the entire seven hours, as she was so delighted to have someone who spoke English to chat to, other than me. He got the whole story of our trip in excruciating detail, but was wonderfully patient, and ...
... and the group are not synonyms, she would be right. Roger and Celia were also supposed to be on the Ukraine trip. I did some lamenting about the number of couples on this trip [now 12 out of 17]. If they guessed same was due to the fact couples tend to turn inward and are not the life of the party, they would be right.
James got us home after a diversion to the water's edge. Did some emails, downloaded the pix and pounded away at the diary until 2340.
... a basilica, later plastered over on the inside and turned into a mosque, then turned museum circa 1935. It was under construction, so a good portion of the building was closed off to tourists. we had only a few minutes because next we had to scurry through a very cool site called the Basilica Cistern. It is an underground system of bridged and columns sometimes called a reservoir, filled with fish and tourists ...