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... East side always the cool side of town?
We found another nice Georgian restaurant and had a good meal with the delicious cheese bread and some salmon. We bought an overnight bus ticket to Warsaw for the 29th and will wake up there at about 5:30 am. We decided to skip it and take a train to Turun in the NW. It's supposed to be a well preserved smaller city. We will probably spend a few weeks in Poland and see several cities.
... Tower not knowing what to expect. There are stairs. More climbing, more narrow, steep steps winding tightly as if unending. The scary part was that others were coming down at the same time! How do they balance themselves? I was tempted to stop mid way but I didn't.
A view of the city from the ...
... 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 ...
... has declared itself an independent republic with a list of silly rules. It actually has an interesting history but we didn't spend too much time there. We checked out a thousand churches throughout the day, there is actually the 'walk of Jesus' religious tourists come and do due to the huge number of churches in this small city. We went up to Gediminas tower on a hill with good views of the city before getting completely lost walking to the ...
... The bus never stopped. We eventually ran off the bus and realized we were 28 kilometers away from the city, with no bus coming for another hour. We decided to walk. In -18 C weather, in the flat farmland in one of the coldest cities in Lithuania, we walked on the side of the road for 3 kilometers. All that was going through my head was the fact that I had made a promise to myself, and to Jen, that I would put our families crosses on that hill. By the look of it, ...