The Watery Lagoon

The Watery Lagoon is one of The Canals’ few inns and taverns. Its first floor (the floor below the entrance) holds round tables with four seats. It has a strangely low ceiling because the floor is mode of wood planks set over several feet of standing water that covers the original floor of the building. During quiet times in the inn, as a patron sits at a table, he can hear the water sloshing around below the planks.

The second floor holds living quarters for the proprietor Owyn Tumblesink, his wife Myrna and their two daughters. The family is laconic and seems unusually morose, especially considering they do a brisk business and charge unusually high rates for their food, drink and rooms. They simply nod their heads at the small talk and other sort of chatter innkeepers usually enjoy, and share nothing of their thoughts or opinions.

The third through fifth floors have private rooms available to those who wish to spend the night. Well furnished with two large beds, the rooms are often used by visiting dignitaries.

The Watery Lagoon

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