The trek toward Jerusalem to close out Paul's third journey had Passover as its target. If he could arrive by then, he would have a massive audience. But, there were some key stops along the way, first.
Though he was hurrying, Paul made a lengthy stay at Troas (Troy). Why? To unlade the ship? To "catch his breath?" To meet with disciples on Sunday? Luke does not tell, in so many words. But Eutychus certainly was blessed by it!
Of imminent significance was his hurried stop-over in Miletus. After summoning the elders from Ephesus to meet with him there, Paul laid the full burden of shepherding God's sheep on their shoulders. This was a stirring, impassioned speech. We'll spend much time "catching the power of it."