Live from Canada
Ha ha! I fooled you. I am typing this entry from the great white north that is Canada. I just slipped a fiver to this silly little internet station in the lobby and here I am, devoting a few precious minutes of my anniversary trip to you fine people. Truth be told, I had to come down to the lobby to buy some bottled water and I had a spare five bucks and really, I couldn’t wait to tell you that we are staying in the most amazing hotel in the world. We have a direct view of Niagara Falls from our room and we have a jacuzzi. We also have a rather large bill, but what the hell? It’s our anniversary tomorrow.
My fiver purcashed twenty five minutes of time on this machine but Stephanie doesn’t know I intended on stopping to do this so I shouldn’t take the twenty five minutes because I’ve already been too long and she’s going to begin to wonder in a bit. I’m torn though because I don’t want to let someone else connect to the internet on my dime.
Is that stingy of me?
This trip has been amazing. We stopped over just outside of Rochester last night and got up bright and early thanks to our awful room last night (which we took because we were spending so much on tonight’s room) and we made our way over here to the falls. We spent the majority of the day on the American side and then came over across the border around mid-day.
Stef and I have both been here before but I don’t think either one of us had any conception of how amazing it would be to come back here as newlyweds (hey! we’re still newlyweds till tomorrow, right?), as two people in love. It isn’t the Honeymoon Capital of the world for nothing you know…
Alrighty. Well, I’m gonna cut this one short. I can’t believe I actually did this. But it makes me feel better to know that I haven’t broken my commitment, that I haven’t given up on my New Years Resolution.
I’ll shut up now and go back to my wife.