Candlelight Guest House

Address: 501 W. Washington St., Sackets Harbor, New York, 13685 , United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 501 W. Washington St., Sackets Harbor.
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      Travel Blogs from Sackets Harbor

      Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

      A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

      3 photos

      ... amount of physical contact between the players and the fact that there was apparently a reason to do this and it was allowed. The highlight of the game was when two players took off their gloves and started fighting (as in literally punching each other). Although it looked spectacular, it must not have hurt too much though, because they are completely covered up with all sorts of protective materials. After one was lying on the ice and the public went slightly crazy (because the ...

      Second Outing

      A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Aug 09, 2013

      2 photos

      For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.

      Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.


      Leaving Ottawa for Kingston

      A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Aug 09, 2012

      6 photos

      ... Today we welcome the invading
      Americans to journey its scenic route. As you travel along the Rideau you will see most of the stonework and many of the buildings as they were in the 19th century.
      In 1826, Lieutenant Colonel John By of the Royal Engineers was assigned to supervise the construction. Colonel By faced a stiff challenge, to create a navigable waterway between the Ottawa River and Kingston, through what was at the time a wilderness of rough bush, swamps and ...

      An Overture in the North Country

      A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Nov 26, 2011

      12 comments, 35 photos

      Life on the road provides opportunities for quiet reflection and at times, not so quiet reflection. I have spent the past four Christmas seasons on the road, but managed to be home on Christmas day on two out of four. This will be my second year spending Christmas day away from my home in Texas. Recently, I considered the past four Christmas seasons. My first year traveling, I experienced part of ...

      The Final Farm

      A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Nov 04, 2011

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Yesterday was a day for travelling, watching rain, and seeing just how miserable some people can be for no apparent reason. Fortunately my day didn't start so drearily, as I was made eggs on toast for the final time by my Couchsurfing host Marion before we set off into Gravenhurst to meet the Ontario Northland bus back down to Toronto. A final farewell followed, when I said goodbye to the host who took me into her home like an old friend and showed me the delights of ...