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Crazy travels of Emka. I tried to intrigue you a bit, so try to guess where I was and where I am now.
On Saturday evening I took the night bus from Warsaw to the Capital 1 of Country 1, around 450 km. I came there in the morning and then I walked around the whole day. After the night in the hostel I had to get up very early in the morning to catch the bus to Capital 2 of Country 2(rather short trip,3 hours) I left my bigger backpack in the cloack room and then I walked around the whole day. In the evening I had the flight to the Town 3, that WAS capital of the country 3. Again I left my backpack in the cloackroom. It rained, I wanted to see the high mountains, but all was in the fog. I went to the bath - it was like palace of health and well being.I spent an hout in differetntypesof steam baths - Finnish, Oriental and Russian. All much too hot for me.

In the evening I had the night train 1300 (yes!) km to the new Capital 3 of the country 3. The train was luxury - Talgo Tulpar, I had the berth in the four berth compartment. I chatted a bit with the other passengers. They speak here two languages, I am quite good in one. Finally I could sleep. 12 hours ride.
Now I am sitting on in the hostel in the very center of amazing town, I have taken the shower, have eaten something, I have Internet, I am like new :).

Can you guess the four towns and three countries?
Hint:the first country was small,the third is very big, 5 times as big as France.

Regards from the weirdest capital of the world :)

Of course, the picture is from Warsaw, made before I left. I must put the country, so there would be no fun with quiz :). I am still waiting for answers, then I will show the pictures.


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