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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-goodness real food prepared and served by a big burly man who smiled and joked in a mix of English and Polish. There were couples sprinkled throughout the restaurant that were quietly enjoying long conversations and drinks, another group of friends about our age that seemed to know the place well, and a young red-haired waitress/bartender that really seemed to have almost nothing to do but follow the big burly owner-man around while he welcomed patrons, joked with them, ...
... we detoured towards Sopot. Sopot is part of the "Tri-City" in northern Poland. The Tri-City is made up of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. Gdansk is the port area, Gdynia is where a lot of the workers from Gdansk live and Sopot is the seaside resort in the middle! Anyway, Michael was a great host and we really enjoyed our couple of days exploring the area, trying some traditional Polish food and generally relaxing.
So what was ...
... kept up my effort to make sure I stayed ahead as we made the final turn to the finishing 200m, ending up 3rd and pleased. We stood around, waiting for transport to sort itself out for the Gdansk run at 11, but Peter had things sufficiently in hand that the casual approach from the rest of us worked well, with me jumping in the first car that had space before some rumoured taxis arrived. By now it was a bit cold, and my two layers was proving to be on the 'not quite' end of enough. The ...
... most densely populated beach, we cycled 1km to the Northern side of the peninsula tip. After all this biking in the heat, you can imagine how amazing the cool Baltic sea felt. Having dried ourselves in the sun, we headed back to the ferry. We again sat by the rails, sneakily sipping a beer and admiring the setting sun. It was getting dark as we entered the never-ending port area of Gdansk. Finally, we disembarked and ...