Riding the Magic Tandem in the Magic Bike District (aka Praga)

 

I call Praga Magic Bike District mostly due to this sweet little find we had at the top of a creepy old beaten up staircase in the Praga district of Warsaw.  So this day became the magic day, riding a Cafe Beigu Tandem around the city trying not to crash or kill anyone, including ourselves.  The tandem came (kind of) free from cafe Beigu, a coffee shop just off of Plac Zbawiciela near the city centre (you had to spend 40zl on food and drink).  It was a lovely sunny day and we covered a good few miles on the bike.  This was all a day or two before the start of Euro 2012, so the town was starting to buzz and there were lots of tourists around.  This first photo is taken at the Narodowa Stadium, the new national stadium in Warsaw, which was gearing up to host the opening night and game.

The last picture of the palm tree before it rather sadly and unceremoniously had a haircut, resulting in the removal of about 3/4 of it’s beautiful fronds.

Do you wanna be in the bus stop band?

Probably my favorite photograph so far, showing the tomb of the unknown soldier.

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4 Comments on “Riding the Magic Tandem in the Magic Bike District (aka Praga)”

  1. inlovewithpoland says:

    beautiful night photo of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier!

  2. I especially enjoy your nighttime photos. Looks like a beautiful city.


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