A year ago, our world was rocked by that Covid 19 virus that still plagues our world :(. Literally distancing ourselves from our friends and family, travel plans falling apart … . But still, I tried to make the best of it. Unfortunately, I had to cancel flights to Tallinn and Zaragoza because of the second corona wave that hit Europe during the summer and one of the only countries where it was relatively safe to travel (and not too much restrictions) was Greece.
The annual closure of my work is always during the 3rd week of July (National Holiday of Belgium), and it was until 2 days before the start of my vacation that I was not sure where I could actually go on vacation. Flying to Zaragoza did not really seem safe to me, given the increasing numbers of infections and many local outbreaks:(. And, suddenly I saw a relatively cheap return flight (TuiFly) to the second largest city of Greece: Thessaloniki, so I thought: why not? Just immerse myself in Thessaloniki for a week and completely unprepared. A brilliant exciting idea:)!
Below you will find some (colorful) doors I have photographed during my walks through this beautiful historic city located on the Gulf of Thessaloniki, which is part of the Aegean Sea. Have a nice Thursday 🙂
This is my entry to Dan Antion’s Thursday Doors Challenge