Node connectivity plays a central role in temporal network analysis. We provide a comprehensive study of various concepts of walks in temporal graphs, that is, graphs with fixed vertex sets but edge sets changing over time. Taking into account the temporal aspect leads to a rich set of optimization criteria for "shortest" walks. Extending and significantly broadening state-of-the-art work of Wu et al. [IEEE TKDE 2016], we provide an algorithm for computing optimal walks that is capable to deal with various optimization criteria and any linear combination of these. It runs in $O (|V| + |E| \log |E|)$ time where $|V|$ is the number of vertices and $|E|$ is the number of time edges. A central distinguishing factor to Wu et al.'s work is that our model allows to, motivated by real-world applications, respect waiting-time constraints for vertices, that is, the minimum and maximum waiting time allowed in intermediate vertices of a walk. Moreover, other than Wu et al. our algorithm also allows to search for walks that pass multiple subsequent edges in one time step, and it can optimize a richer set of optimization criteria. Our experimental studies indicate that our richer modeling can be achieved without significantly worsening the running time when compared to Wu et al.'s algorithms.