Zaliki Boutique Hotel
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... lot of gold and other precious materials suitable for a wealthy burial. Unfortunately, the grave monument that I was looking for wasn't on display, but I was able to get a sense of what other burials there were in Pella and the locations of the various cemeteries, which will be helpful for my project as well.
After I finished at the museum, I walked further up the hill to the site of the royal palace. There wasn't much to see here, as the buildings have been covered ...
There are some great cafés in Thessaloniki and lots of people sitting in them.
The city is full of beautiful old brick churches, buildings and city walls which are surrounded by apartment blocks, some of which are really lovely and some which are pretty ordinary 960s style.
There are a lot of empty shops, buildings and ...
... Elenitsa. We ate Chicken and Potatoes, my favourite!
We also went to the Paok shop to purchase a Paok top but they didn't have my size. Tom purchased the white one. When he was wearing it around Thessaloniki, a lot of people were smiling at him and giving him high fives.
We visited Dad's Aunt Thea Anna, who was very sick and couldn't move from her bed. Unfortunately a few days later, she passed away in her sleep.
... very good. When it comes down to buying a meal here, the drink costs just as much as your meal does. It has worked out nicely, because most of the time, we will go as large groups, order a lot of food and split the bill. It works especially nice because many of us don't have a lot of change in euros yet, and change is really a pain in the ass here. COVET YOUR COINS. That's my new motto.
I had the opportunity to go out that night, but I decided I would feel ...
... in the end, he disappeared to go and retrace his steps as he had been carrying it around. I went to find every member of staff to see if it had been handed in. It hadn't. It had been about an hour since we had taken a photo with it, so plenty of time for it to be spotted and taken. We had no idea when we had last had it. A member of staff suggested I go and check in the museum and as I was heading there, Mark was coming out of it holding ...