Oswego Victoria Boutique Hotel. We had booked a studio suite but were upgraded to a one bedroom (woo!) which looked like a designer and HGTV crews had just left the area. (More photos at Flickr)
I took some photos then settled down in front of the TV with hundreds of (repetitive) satellite channels while Hubby set about making a lovely dinner.
We started with a marinated tomato, basil and bocconcini salad then sat down for a dinner of Digby scallops, lobster tail, New York strip steak, and chanterelle, prosciutto and parmesan risotto. Mmmmmm.
Later, Hubby made coffee and went out on the deck to crackle the top of a blackberry creme brule.
We had a very nice evening to ourselves. Despite the opportunity to sleep in, however, we did rise early. We took in the complementary continental breakfast then checked out around 10 am. Afterward, we spent a little time downtown, but I found it difficult to be on my feet for too long.
Ah well, it was lovely all the same.