Zaliki Boutique Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Russian TV Channels Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Zaliki Boutique Hotel Thessaloniki
Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki
... are both really strong and usually you need to let the grounds settle before you drink it as it is not exactly filtered. Tea is also a big deal in Turkey and is really good!
- Sometimes (a lot in Turkey) a toilet is more of a hole in the ground. See picture.
- Europe seems to be more environmentally friendly so far. In most of our hotels the key has to be places in a slot by the light switch to get the electricity to work - including the air conditioner.
- Drivers are a lot ...
... some food. We asked the waiter about where everyone was and he said that Greeks would likely show up later on in the evening. After dinner we walked down the water edge and found the White Tower and some other historic points. There were a lot more people out and about near the water and a lot of bars and cafes along the seafront. When we walked back to our hotel, we walked by the restaurant we ate at and it really was busier! I guess we were ...
... amazed I was from New Zealand so maybe don’t get many tourists in that part of town?
Thessaloniki is on a massive harbour and the whole waterfront is paved in a nice big walkway the whole way around, kind of like Wellington is. We were staying a bit out of town so went down the waterfront and strolled along to the White Tower; the main tourist attraction and the symbol of Thessaloniki. Of course we stopped at the giant Alexander the Great statue, complete with ...
... was acclaimed and honored throughout Europe and especially in Italy. When Myra was captured by the Saracens in 1034, many Italian cities planned to "rescue" his relics. In 1087, forces from Bari, Italy, attacked Myra and carried away his relics from the lawful Greek guardians in Myra to ...
... of us at this point. We start classes tomorrow and were given a crash course in survival Greek, but it still takes practice. The hardest thing was going to the open air market and trying to speak to the vendors to purchase vegetables and such. If you don't know the language, you can't tell them how much you want, and you can't always understand the amount of money they're asking for, which is pretty important for any kind of shopping interaction. Regardless, the market was ...