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... worn rain coats once since we left home.
We did have a stroke of luck with this accommodation. It's effectively an apartment and we have total freedom to self cater and come and go. It means we haven't eaten out for 3 whole days, which is good for our budget if not our local diet experimenting. Well, I have to admit we have experimented with local ice-cream and I still just can't resist those cakes. (A photo of my Polish ...
... the lake district. We tried to make sense of it, and grabbed a passing couple, who did their best to help. However they got called away and we realised there was a long limousine outside with a bride and groom getting out. Oops, we had almost interrupted a wedding! After Rick went to check on what the internet had told us was a youth hostel, but turned out to be a sport and cultural centre, we decided to check out the two places we'd seen on ...
... whisky, wine and cranberry juice. And we tried to go round the table and "give thanks", even though none of the Americans present had ever really done that before with their families. After dinner, we played a hilarious game of "Who Am I", in which the easiest riddles were solved with lucky guesses, while the simplest mysteries remained a mystery (seriously, who would ever guess Mary Poppins???).
Oh, and there were a lot of interesting stories and some bragging ...
Crossed today the border to Latvia , as you can see on the pics, miserable weather.
Because a stretch of more then 20 km was under constant roadwork, one lane or the other was closed, which made it very challenging and with the wet, very dirty. (All 90 km ride)
Anyway, I am now at ...
... They had beer and food and were more than happy to share. One of them even gave me a lift to my hostel! The views were also pretty nice. Lithuania is very picture-postcard scenic with little stations and houses right next to the tracks. Saint Petersburg has an amazing railway graveyard (not a museum as far as I could gather, just a dumping ground for outdated railway stuff). No pictures of either of those ...
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