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Sorry to leave but Russia beckons. We had a lovely ride, beautiful day and arrived early in Elk Poland. Lovely place and had a fabulous large room with private facilities, wine, beer and dinner with coffee for £53 Oh yes breakfast was also ...
... to in the Tatra Mountains.Irene’s was essentially a guesthouse with a Polish pub in the basement. The décor is wood and stone carved with an eclectic mix of artwork and artifacts hanging everywhere. There was something of a nautical feel to the lighting. The food was equal to or better than any we have had yet in Poland. I had whole trout that was baked in a skillet with garlic and potatoes. Marilyn had a pork chop that was breaded and baked along with seasoned ...
... of view company, assistance (if & when required), but timings just didn't work, so Michael Ginter & his family (wife & two kids) left Vladivostok ahead of us. Thankfully, we were able to stay in touch most of the time, and Michael was a forward scout for us - he would tell us about the road conditions, etc, which turned out to be a great help.
So, we decided to go through Poland and meet Michael at his parent's ...
... we could go go go. An early leader soon yomped off, while I settled in with a group of 3 Poles. For under a k that worked, then I found myself moving away from them, only to find all three plus Hannah Oldroyd, who I knew of from PRF's Facebook updates, moving past. I latched on again, and over the next couple of ks was able to move past all but one Pole who was clearly significantly faster and using it as an interval session. Once I got past Hannah, though, I used her as ...
... this little piece of Polish paradise. In pleasant spirits, we continued along the road-side bike path to Hel.
Far from being a quiet beach village, Hel is crowded with beach-goers and little shops. Having purchased our ferry ticket to Gdansk, we could satisfy our growing hunger at a local restaurant where we each ordered a fish dinner. They even sold porter, which satisfied my dark beer deficit. Purposely ...