South Landing Inn
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... We then settled in for the night and got off to bed.
After a stormy night of thunder and lightning and plugging up leaks from the rain as it woke us up dripping on us (perfectly timed, as the sealant needs at least several hours to dry and a week to fix), we decided to have a lie in till around 9.30am. After some breakfast we caught up on a few things online and then got ready to limp ...
... Eatery. Ate some burgers, fries, onion rings and buffalo chicken (naturally!)
We walked down to the falls to get a closer look. By now it was getting later in the afternoon. The temperature started to really drop and it got real foggy! None the less we got up real close to the falls and it was such an amazing thing! Millions of liters fall over the edge per minute. We also learnt there had only been one survivor from going over the falls. An 8 year boy, who after ...
... was so significant, we couldn't even see! Too funny…
After a swim for me, and some TV time for Isobel, we had dinner at the hotel restaurant. Later, there was a concert in the park below the hotel with the falls in the background. A truly beautiful evening. At 10, a fireworks show lit up the sky and the falls. What a nice way to end the ...
... out we have to do:
Backpack Southeast Asia
Running with the bulls
Saint Patrick’s Day in Dublin
Go to Oktoberfest
Go to the Full Moon Party in Thailand
Go Vieng Yieng river tubing in Laos
Go to Il Palio in Siena
Go to Versailles
Go to Salzburg
What I’m craving:
My own bed
... not too hot. It has been about 90 deg. around here which the locals say is very uncommon for June. After all the cold weather in Maine, we really didn't mind the heat too much. Just getting accustomed to it so we won't melt when we get home. We ate at a family restaurant in Lockport and had a nice "home cooked" meal. lol
We are missing the lobster though...wish we had one of those Maine lobster's about now!!!