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... circumstances. It's way too risky! (This guy was a smooth worker, and so he probably approaches tourists all the time.)
Back on track, we eventually found the bus station (30 minutes walk from our hotel). Having an idea of which platforms the buses to Trakai leave from, we lined up for a bus that was parked in one of the bays, only to be advised that the correct bus was another one nearby. The fare was only 1.8 euros each (about $2.60). We sat ...
... and I really don't feel like blogging right now. But if I don't do it, I'll need to talk about all this stuff tomorrow, and the blog post will be twice as long, and you'll all die of boredom before getting halfway through, or at least just give up and go search the fridge for chocolate milk.
The fact that I even used a chocolate milk reference shows how tired I am.
So, to avoid that undesirable outcome I'm just going to cheat and list a ...
Anyone who is sick of me talking about castles should probably tune out now...
Woke up fairly early to catch a bus to Trakai, a small town about a 30 minute bus ride out of Vilnius. While the earplugs weren't fantastic I think they blocked enough of the cacophony of snores which, combined with my exhaustion, allowed me to get some sleep. After a quick croissant for breakfast, I made my way to the bus station and caught the next bus to Trakai.
Trakai is a small ...
... me. Carried the topics of conversation with SImona. Had a sorbet for dessert [73/9].
Most wanted the shortest route home while Kevin and I opted to walk one final time through the old town. It was fairly quiet. Some Rachel jokes were in order. The group save Old Bag[gier] were in the lobby. Farewells ultimately to all save Lardass and the Yanks, some genuine, some forced.
Upstairs to finish off the Vana Tallinn with Kevin and bed after 2230.
... any wifi in the building, which sucked.
We had to do some room-switching once we were finally let into the building. Cosette and I were rooming together, but each dorm had three rooms. We didn't really want to room with the two girls that had been put in the room with us. Somewhere our rooming lists must have gotten mixed up, but we sorted it out and ended up with Emily and Veronkia in one room and Johanna and Sophia in another room.