Landos was wrong, he can't guess what Greeks think about jews.Maccabi said:There is a rumor in Israel that greeks hate jew people and landros confirmed that.
Hm, I think you should visit Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes, Santorini first and then you can see other places in Greece, like visiting a ski resort in the winter. Of course as gm said and since you are a jew you should try to visit Thessaloniki, the jewish capital of balkans from 15th century until Nazi occupation. Stil there are some jews in Thessaloniki, not many, around 2.000.Do you know any good islands to start from?
Any greek island is good in summertime! you can check the forum and will see some amazing pics to prove what I'm saying. For me, Santorini is my target , but Skylinearth gave you many good options alreadyMaccabi said:Thank you all guys!I was impressed about how friendly you are.I love you guys!!!
There is a rumor in Israel that greeks hate jew people and landros confirmed that.But i can see you are the best,the most hospitable people in the world.In the summer i feel i'm gonna invite all my friends to visit greece!Do you know any good islands to start from?
Και πιο σου είπε φίλε ότι αρπάχτηκα; Μιας ερώτηση έκανα. Όσο για το άλλο που λες περί γλίτσας, τέλοσπάντων …tzinos said:min arpazesai file. metaforika to ennoei mallon. Oti diladi apo OOOOles tis valkanikes poleis, i Thes/niki eixe tin megalyteri koinothta kai thn pio organwmenh. No doubt about that..(Proteinw na min tryvomaste sthn glytsa tou tsopani!!)
Thank you!arTmisa said:Any greek island is good in summertime! you can check the forum and will see some amazing pics to prove what I'm saying. For me, Santorini is my target , but Skylinearth gave you many good options already
welcome to the forum
A Greek rest home for European elderly Jews
With its beautiful bungalows, breath taking surrounding and top class facilities it is a far cry from how most people envisage an old age home to be.
Sitting on 110,000 square meters in the Vari area of Athens, 25 kilometres from the centre of the Greek capital, Restion is a rest home built by Jews for Jews.
It was opened earlier this year. Help for survivors It is the brain child of prominent retired Greek Jewish doctor Jacques Alazraki who also owns the Blue Cross private hospital.
“The idea came to me- says president of the institution back in 1992,” Alazraki told EJP.
“I thought our people have had enough of moving around during our history, it is time to find a permanent home for the elderly, especially for the survivors of the Holocaust, who up to that point had to go to the Jewish old age home in Salonika (Thessaloniki), in northern Greece.”
Alternative way of life
Halegoua, who refers to the facility as a center for alternative way of life for elderly people, says: “it is not enough to provide the occupants just with high service and 5 meals a day of excellent quality.
They have to feel as if they are at their own home doing what they normally do.” For that reason all residents are free to come and go when ever they feel like, to visit family or travel in Greece or abroad. A mini bus leaves at least twice a week to take its occupants for shopping, coffee, or any other thing they desire. They also can have visitors, relatives and friends, all day long and treat them as they were at their home.
According to Halegoua “if you are alone in France or England and have nothing to keep you there why not come to us where the winters are milder and you will have 24 hours a day full attention. As our motto says “We live better together.”
All told the biggest problem facing right now the Restion is occupancy.