Islandview Inn

Address: 195 Market Street, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 2M6, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 195 Market Street, Gananoque.
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Travel Blogs from Gananoque

Montreal to Gananoque

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

We drove out of Montreal in heavy snowfall that blanked out the street signs, covered the non existent road markings and made the potholes invisible. Rosie wasn't happy either as she couldn't get satellite connection. The snow was building up on the roads and the snow ploughs were out in force snow ploughing and salting the roads. The temperature was showing 26 Fahrenheit. I turned on the windscreen washers and it iced up on the windscreen. Won't do the that again. Now we know ...

A visit to 'the cottage'

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Feb 28, 2015

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... he'd typically do when ice fishing. The ice was at least 2 feet deep. We all headed back into Westport for a look round. This is a nice little town and apparently very touristy in the summer. Not hard to see why either. We found a store called the Village Green which was a variety store that sold everything and was a real labyrinth of rooms over 2 levels. Lunch at the Country Kitchen then back to Kingston via the scenic ...

Kingston

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Feb 27, 2015

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... to get a window seat anyway. After the CBD we headed back home via a Factory Outlet shopping centre. Huge selection of good value branded clothing available here ie Levis $56. We took Mike & Carols dog Molly for a walk to the local park when we got back home which was entertaining as we had to wade through knee deep snow, passed a couple of local ice rinks that were covered by about 150mm of fresh snow. No local kids ...

Toronto to Kingston

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Feb 25, 2015

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... most of the day, clearing for an impressive sunset in the evening.

Monday 23/2 - Mat & Peter walked along the foreshore of Lake Ontario toward the city today. A nice day but minus 20 degrees. Heaps of snow and the lake and rivers are iced up out to about 100m off shore. Surprisingly there are some people out jogging, all wrapped up in thermal skins, balaclavas, golves, etc. We even see the ...

Learning languages and a horse ride

A travel blog entry by winston on Sep 11, 2014

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AJ and BJ relaxed with their new friends on the couch as they exchanged histories.

"My owner is Beena," said Monk. "She has four brothers and they all go to a French School."

"A French school; what's that?" asked BJ.

"A French School is a school where all the lessons are in French."

"Okay, what's French?"

"Well," explained Monk, " You speak English."

"Do I?"

"Yes you do", Monk continued, "English is the language you speak. ...