The Edge Hotel
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... said that the colors were the most dramatic in years-they were right! There were reds, oranges, golds, the 'whole shootin match'.
We took some wonderful hikes and marveled at how incredibly gorgeous the fall is in Upstate New York.
... our clothes together to save my quarters, and he offered to wash and dry everything tonight. I was telling him about monsoons in the desert, when suddenly his phone lit up and he started ignoring me. I was beat from the day, and annoyed, so I turned in early. He stayed up talking on the phone and drinking a 6-pack. Hopefully we can get an early start tomorrow, but that might mean leaving him again. I'm beginning to wonder why I'm still traveling with him. I'm forgetting the ...
... this is a quiet stop! No trains or roads for miles. The only sounds are fish called Croakers. They make croaking noises underwater that get amplified by our hull. The actually sound like underwater frogs.
We had our friends from Iowa aboard for dinner and met a couple other cruisers on their way to the North Channel in Georgian Bay.
It looks like good sleeping weather ...
... the Colosseum via the Parthenon and back to the apartment again revealed lots of inadequacies with our map along with our map reading skills. However the unexpected treasures we keep coming across are turning our miss steps into great delights so we're sticking to our 'what's down here' mode for now.
As we neared the Coleseum that was completed in 80AD, we were surprised at how extensive the ruins from ...
... from the hotel. Found it !! WOW - very impressive - Caol didn't get to see it last time she was here and of course I've never seen it. Some how I had got the impression it was only going to be small - wrong, So many people just sitting around admiring it, spent a little time there and decided to find the Spanish Steps. Armed with the map our reception man had given us we started roaming the streets and looking in shop windows, ...