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... We wanted an early start for the morning so we could get to the market without having to rush back to catch a bus to the airport. We had it all planned out the night before, set the alarm clock, and our bags were pretty much ready to go as well. Well, one thing I am learning and adapting to very quickly about traveling is that plans do not always go as planned; and that was our morning. I am always one to have a plan and want to know ahead of time of everything and ...
... bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu
# of New beers: 73
# of times we did laundry: 4
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 25
# of holes Amber's sneakers: ...
... is a much better option than a fast food chain.
The remaining days were spent resting and lazing around while Pete was nursing a cold he caught somewhere along the way.
Today we set of for our next destination Gdansk, a name that I still have trouble pronouncing.
P.S. Dear Poland,
A vowel would be helpful, thank you.
The rest of the world
... the Nazi’s in WWII obliterated 85% of Warsaw. It is sad that a culture so rich as Poland’s with a history dating back to the early 1000’s has to “re-create” their past Disney-style because of war. To the unaware eye the “Old Town” looks steeped in history, but the octogenarians walking the cobblestone streets know only too well that something is missing. You can see it in ...
... three for the day departed at 1115. It wasn't long until we left Vilnius behind. The train was electric, rather fast and quite comfortable, our seating was in open carriage instead of cabins with two by two seating. The country side was once again quite flat and mostly farm land. Our first train trip took about one hour and fifty minutes, at one stage though the train had to slow right down because of track works.
We changed trains ...