Zaliki Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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
... super cheap flights, yay!) and day trips to things that are around it. We decided to 'splurge' on a hotel, after so many nights in hostels it was a peaceful respite, which wasn't really a splurge at all because Thessaloniki is wonderfully cheap. After a restful nights sleep we decided to take advantage of a whirlwind day and explore the town before our overnight train to Athens. The reason that Thessaloniki isn't as big of a tourist hot spot might just ...
... from the Hostel and enjoyed a traditional smoked cheese that had beem baked in the oven and followed it with Pork grilled on Skewars. Dinner was nice including the complimentary shot and dessert which was a sweet sponge. Very impressed with what I had. Even more so when the bill comes to the equivalent of £11 and included a beer. After dinner it was back to the hostel and a couple of beers before bed. A great first day despite getting lost on ...
... the ruins. What we can see is some of the churches, which were built in the 14th century before the Ottomans arrived. When the Ottomans came, they changed some of the churches to mosques and built a lot of covered markets and hamams. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the Italians, French, and Turkish people in the city had trouble saying the "th" sound, so some people still call the place Saloniki because of that. There are several ...