After that meeting I had to go to the building next door, an orthopedic and rehab. hospital, to put my name on the waiting list for the hand surgery. There were 40 people waiting to register with ONLY one person doing the registration. This was at 9:00 in the morning. It took about 15 minutes for one registration so I wasn't about to wait for the other 39 to finish before it would be my turn. One thing I did learn well when I was in the military is that I absolutely hate waiting.
On the bright side, these two places were on a street I have never been before, 28 June 1956. Yes, that is the name of the street. It is named to remember the date of the Poznań Uprising against the Peoples Republic of Poland, under the control of the Soviet Union. I saw a lot of interesting old buildings as well as new ones. I should go back there and take pictures this summer.