Nightingale House

Address: 1 Maxwell Ave., Ingleside, Ontario, K0C 1M0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on 1 Maxwell Ave., Ingleside.
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Travel Blogs from Ingleside

Ashley, Johnny, Cole, and little Levi

A travel blog entry by garyanne on Sep 25, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... with Cole as they all roared around on the quads. Cole woke us up bright and early (6 am?) on Thursday and taught us how to play Buck Hunter on the big TV. "Only the dads" he instructed us very seriously, "the ones with horns!" There is a penalty for shooting the mama's apparently! While Cole was in school, we went to visit quaint and historic Merrickville where we shopped, met Johnny ...

Enjoying a weeks Carp fishing on the St. Lawrence

A travel blog entry by micktaylor on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

I was met at Montreal airport by Lisa Hunt. Lisa and her husband Paul run Canadian Carpin'
http://www.canadiancarpin.com/.
I had a great week, catching 21 Carp for a total weight of 386lb-7oz in the 5 days I fished.
I had never caught a Carp over 28lb before and on day 3 I managed to push this up to 29lbs. Day four was even ...

Arriving in the wrong Cornwall.

A travel blog entry by priceys_0n_t0ur on Aug 14, 2014

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... we arrived we were made to feel at home. After quickly unpacking our essentials we got into our swimsuits and chilled in the hot tub with a glass of ice cold beer,( Molly had water of course)we had planned to watch a film but spent too long chatting with our lovely hosts Tom and Virginia. Tom is a retired professor of astronomy and Virginia a therapist who was able to administer some relief to my swollen bites that have suddenly become unbearably sore and itchy. ...

First Camping Trip

A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Jul 25, 2013

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... sight lines behind. Packed up the rig to get ready to head home, again a learning experience but no major goof-ups. Had to stop at dumping station, again a first, but all went well, learned to use rubber gloves!!! Rig much lighter when tanks empty! Stopped for lunch in Merrickville, what a big rig to park, never hit anything but had to park way down by fairgrounds. Pleasant drive home no problems, parked, unloaded and relaxing by ...

Good Bye Fundraiser

A travel blog entry by ianandjess on Sep 08, 2010

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... White and her sous chef for the day, Ian, carved Babe up to perfection. During this process, Ian demonstrated an interesting fascination with Babe's head. After insisting on showing the head to several disgusted guests and posing for countless pictures, Ian has rethought this fascination and feels horrible (Ian apologizes). Dinner was a success! Many thanks to everyone who contributed to ...