Thessaloniki by Blé

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..."White Tower, Nikis, Aristotle Square, Mitropoleos, Tsimiski, Egnatia. Ladadika, Modiano, Bit Pazar, Athonos, Hagia Sophia. The old and new sea front ... The sidewalks and boulevards in the city are overflowing with pedestrians and cars and yet you and your country are obvious. For thousands of years people like you have been coming, leaving, being born and staying forever in this enormous embrace of the city-port that builds its own destiny. Travelers, merchants, Romans, Jews, Ottomans, People from Asia Minor, the Balkans, allies and enemies, friends, conquerors, benefactors - all kinds have come here, all languages heard, all prayers and curses ascended to heaven. Dreams, expectations, wealth and poverty, ideas and visions, smallness and grandeur have mingled with the corner stone of the Greek North. Its "tastes" stick to the palate, unforgettable as the snacks you will taste in the neighbourhood restaurants, like the gourmet dishes in the trendy restaurants, like the sweets, famous all over Greece. "Another, I want another," you murmur smiling charmingly to your other self who insists on contributing to the traffic jam of people in the city centre on Saturday night. The next bar is never the last of the evening, the music is not over, flirting is always a possibility.The "virus" is contagious. Here you have the feeling that no one is sitting at home, as if he does not have a home and all the city is his home. Huge, squiggly, uneasy, charming, ever changing. Baly Weimaki / Εxperience Greece