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This morning I was early at the Warsaw Central Station, to make sure not to miss that train.
As mentioned in the previous blog, I will enter Russia through the Baltic States, as my Belarus Visa does not work out as it should.
The train brought me to the north east of Poland, to Suwalki. The polish train system, is probably not the most …
... there was no walking tour as we were out of season, so we tried to create our own. We passed a huge church and then went on into the town square and saw the town hall. We continued on past that and came to a huge park. We walked to the end where it met the river, and saw several fishermen, knee deep in water, having very little luck. On the way back we passed the remains I the castle, oddly built on lower than the surrounding area.
As the ...
... we were now starving! We then set out for a quick walk around the main town and to stock up on more food (obviously!)
The next day arrived and with it finally a lie in! Unfortunately it brought the rain too! We headed out to conduct our own walking tour around the old town where we visited three churches and saw the town hall. We also saw a monument to two Lithuanian guys who used to hold the record for the longest single journey flight. ...
... no worries, here is booze.
Not only is this the only time it is socially acceptable to drink at 7am and be joined by everyone else around you, you feel obliged to so that everyone else does not feel like an alcoholic for having a pint at 7am.
As we board the plane I am SO EXCITED! for once I FINALLY get assigned a window seat. I never get the window seat and I figure the odds are eventually I will get one.
This is my lucky day.
As I get to ...
... it had many uses over the years. Today it is the local marriage registry venue. A nice breeze negated some of the heat. The square in front of Town Hall used to be a market.
To the right of Town Hall is Perkunas House, named after the pagan god of thunder. It was the meeting house for merchants of the Hanseatic League. It is owned by the Jesuits today.
Over to the Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul. The exterior is Gothic; the interior, ...