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... for a bit (with 20+kg each) then a bit more.....then a bit more....
At 10am we reached our youth hostel!! But we still couldn't check in. Determined to make the most of it, we headed off to the old town.
Old town Vilnius is truly picturesque. Winding cobbled streets, and every other building seems to be an old church. We arrived at the old town through the "gates of dawn" so called ...
... 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.
... connection between major capitals) and the border control - again - minimal.
In Vilnius, we checked into a room (or rather: an apartment) close to the train station, because Nona had of course booked herself onto the earliest morning flight possible. Goodbyes were therefore rather strange:
4:20 *Nona's alarm makes annoyingly loud noise, as it always does*
4:30 *Nona's alarm again ...
... my decision to not press on was made purely because having been alright in all other corners of the planet, to throw it all away now and get myself into a bind through sheer arrogance would be insane, especially with just a month left until I get back to the UK.
I don't want to give the wrong impression, though. I chose the title Mean Streets for hyperbole and humour, not because Vilnius is any more dangerous than any other city because it isn't. When the bus first ...
24 June 2013
Before leaving Australia I had my own thoughts about the comfort level of trains and buses and the thought I may or may not like to travel on them. Thus far I had a fair share of both of them. Trains are less comfortable to sit in, although most trains I have had thus far have been "sleepers" which during the day are “sitters” ...