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... later seems to be winning. The city is surprisingly modern, not a Berlin for sure but much more upbeat than I expected. We are staying at the grand old hotel called the Polonia Palace Hotel, built in 1811 and thankfully upgraded along the way, keeping it in authentic and beautiful condition for its age. We have found out that walking here is a serious business, most road crossing require you to ...
Yes I was right, the winner of stage 2 yesterday in Warsaw did a massive solo effort to win the stage! It was Petr Vakoc (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) from the Czech Republic who was in a breakaway of three from the start then dropped the other two as he entered Warsaw, it was his first major tour win. Michael Matthews of Australia led the peloton in 21 seconds behind him. AM - Just when we got up this morning we could hear singing in the streets, looked out & there were groups ...
... heat stroke too, as I drank almost a gallon of water that night. My foot did not hurt, but it did swell up, so we figured this was our lesson . we were probably both dehydrated.
Sat. May 24A total rest day. I was icing my foot and drinking water. We found some movies on utube and just chilled. Thankfully we were in a nice apt. Lots of room and openness ---and the evenings cooled down nicely. Garry picked up some dinner and ...
... is a much better option than a fast food chain.
The remaining days were spent resting and lazing around while Pete was nursing a cold he caught somewhere along the way.
Today we set of for our next destination Gdansk, a name that I still have trouble pronouncing.
P.S. Dear Poland,
A vowel would be helpful, thank you.
The rest of the world
... stay. The last day, we had eaten breakfast early and were headed to the car rental location when 10:00 AM arrived.
As typical when events like these happen, there were no management personnel around to talk to. I guess you can’t complain if there is no one to complain to. Sadly, Hoki and I have experienced this exact behavior at two of the nicest hotels we’ve ever stayed in, the Metropole in Moscow and the Polonia Palace in Warsaw. OK, end of ...