Rainbow Bed and Breakfast
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... us closer to the falls and, of course that meant that at each level you got a bit wetter. I can see why they made us wear sandals as after the first level the platform was covered in water. Even at the second level we, Geoff and I had to yell at each other to be heard. Now for the top level, it was called Hurricane, We gave up talking to each other. It was so loud; the water wasn’t as cold as I thought it would be. It was like having several buckets of ...
... of you may remember the Johnny Rockets in Castle Hill where the waitresses danced between the tables. Unfortunately. Our memory was shattered by this restaurant. Looked the same but no dancing and food pretty ordinary.
We enjoyed a quiet afternoon and then a lovely dinner at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. Probably the best meal we had since leaving Aus.
Next morning it was back across the border, this time with no wait at all and onto ...
... and we could hardly see 2 feet in front of us - I know what you are thinking - why didn't we just turn around then and there but this is another one of those "Alice in Wonderland rabbit-hole moments" and despite my total fear, we kept walking (well trying to walk) maybe our brains had frozen and we couldn't think logically!!!
So, we are standing on the corner of E84th & 1st Ave looking up and down the road and there was not a single car on ...
... day game but we got one of the last spaces in the lot we were in. Wfew! At least we're parked.
The Roberto Clemente bridge is closed to traffic on game days so we had a nice walk over and back to the stadium. I had no idea what to expect of Pittsburgh but it looked pretty nice with all the water and more than one cool looking yellow bridge.
Got inside and did our obligatory walk around the whole stadium, The people were all very friendly which is always ...
... Journey. Again a line up but it doesn’t move along too badly. Then another stupid picture to take. “We aren’t buying these,” I tell Jim. We wind our way through the trail set up to control the crowds. It is so hot down there, especially when we get the raincoats on. We make small talk with people behind us. At one point someone finds my ladybug pin. It had fallen onto the floor and I suppose that they recognized ...