Time flies! Thanks to the Bulgarian national day on September 22, Fanny was lucky to have a long weekend off already in her second week. So she packed her stuff and only 12 days after a dramatic goodbye in Berlin, we met again in Goethe Thessaloniki’s yard 🙂 We spent 3 days full of chatting, retsina, frappes and chilling in the sun.
Listen to the sounds of the city while clicking through the photos:
Fanny enjoys some time at the port & revisited the exhibition “Another life: Human flows/ Unknown Odysseys” while I am still in the office …
starting the day … and meanwhile reflecting on founding a reusable coffee cup start up if we happen to be jobless together.
coffee rule #1: never order anything along with your coffee, you will get one of those delicacies anyways alongside your frappe!
Fanny in Rotonda, an ancient building with an impressive coppola like the Pantheon in Rome. It was built around 400 AC as a christian church, but was then used as a mosque until early 20th century.
Janne under the arch of Galerius, the spot for young people for meeting in the evening
a real estate office
one of the countless bakeries
the best dinner so far … fried and filled zucchini flower, eggplant salad with hazelnuts and pomegranate, greek salad with feta, filled wine leaves with tsatsiki plus mushroom balls. yes, we were full.
at La Doze, where we danced (as the only ones in the whole bar) to Discoteca Internacionals funky tunes 😉