No cats today. This day we celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary (the actual event was November 11) with an overnight stay in Niagara Falls, New York. We stayed at the Giacomo. It looks a little nicer than it was. The elevator broke down, and we had to walk up six floors of stairs after dinner! Gotta love old buildings. We had fun. Dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe and a walk in the 28 degree weather beside the falls.

14 thoughts on “Cat Chronicles: Day 161 – November 8, 2019

  1. jenanita01 says:

    I am several shades of green with envy, as I have always wanted to see Niagara Falls.
    But in a way, thanks to you, I just have! Thank you…

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    1. It’s quite impressive. We’ve been many times. We only live 90 miles away. My husband proposed to me there, and we spent our first night as a married couple there.

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      1. jenanita01 says:

        That makes it even more lovely…

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  2. Sheree says:

    Congratulations and Happy Anniversary!

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  3. quiall says:

    Congratulations!!!!

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  4. deborahkehoe says:

    It looked like a beautiful trip! Happy Anniversary!

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    1. Thank you. It was a fun overnight.

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  5. Cool pictures of the falls! So I’m guessing it’s like the fountain we used to have in a nearby park where they reflect changing color lights off of it at night?

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    1. Yes, they light them up. The Canadian side is even better, but alas, we have no passports or enhanced licenses. We could get into Canada, but it’s much harder to get back into the US without them.

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  6. Happy Anniversary! The falls at night are impressive!

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    1. Yes, they are. They boggle my mind. How is it possible that they never run out of water? I get that they connect two of the Great Lakes, but it still doesn’t seem possible that they wouldn’t. I’ve seen them frozen solid, and I’ve also walked on part of the dry riverbed when they had them shut off to remove some of the rocks underneath them. https://mashable.com/2017/01/14/niagara-falls-runs-dry/

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      1. Wow. Those photos are really something. I’m sure not many people can say they walked on that riverbed! Very cool!

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