In a book in the section of related vocabulary (describing weather section) they provided some useful phrases and here's one of them:
pace of journeys slow and tiring
Here's how I understand what it might mean. We could say
I'm going to take a nap as soon as we get back home. The pace of our today's journey was really slow and tiring.
First of all, does it sound correct? If so, am I right in thinking that slow and tiring here means with low speed and boring so we get tired. I'm actually confused by the fact that there two completely unrelated adjectives. Slow is about speed and tiring is about your feeling.
And here in the phrase (
pace of journeys slow and tiring) pace already means speed. It's difficul to imagine how pace might be tiring, really...