Travel Blogs from Kingston, Canada

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Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

The trip has sadly come to an end, but not without some unforgettable moments. Taiwan is definitely worth a visit for anyone planning a trip out to Asia. There is so much to be seen and discovered that our travel log does not do justice. So please start ...

Islands, thousand of em, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Islands, thousand of em

A travel blog entry by paulleck1975

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It was time to start heading back towards Toronto but there was still time for one final stop off at Kingston near 1000 islands, which is a place where there are islands. Guess how many? About 1800. Ha, tricked you. We jumped on board for a 2 hour ...

1000 Island, Kingston, Canada travel blog

1000 Island

A travel blog entry by adyadas

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While travelling back home from Ottawa, we spent sometime in 1000 island. The shore was so calm and peaceful.  It was still cold at that time, so the kayak and canoe rentals were not opened. However the place is sightseer's paradise and ...

Roadtrip to Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Roadtrip to Kingston

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... that I didn't like it. But you can't like everything! On Thursday morning we returned to Markham via Tim Horton's, Canada's national coffee chain (with a drive-thru!) for breakfast. Kingston had been a pleasant, quiet side trip from Toronto. ...

Een eerste indruk van Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Een eerste indruk van Kingston

A travel blog entry by pascale7171153

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    Ik had niet veel tijd, maar wilde nog snel even een bezoekje brengen aan Kingston. Een ongelooflijk eluk stadje aan Lake Ontario. Alleen de hoofdstraat en nadien een wandeling langst het ...

There's no place like home, Kingston, Canada travel blog

There's no place like home

A travel blog entry by brookeandnick

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After countless incredible experiences from Samoa to Holland, we are back on Canadian soil, looking forward to our next adventure - and next ...

Getting excited/nervous, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Getting excited/nervous

A travel blog entry by jae

So, it's less than a week before I leave. I'm incredibly nervous and excited at the same time. What was I thinking?! I'm really not that adventurous a person! Off for almost two weeks by myself. Then almost 2 more weeks away from home! Just finishing ...

Kingston, Canada, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston, Canada

A travel blog entry by bhavdaking

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... about an hour and a half and it basically took us on a narrated tour along Lake Ontario and past the nearby islands. In Kingston there are over a thousand little islands that lie along Lake Ontario and there seems to be a lot of history there too... like ...

Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston

A travel blog entry by harryandnorah

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... the side of the road. Sunday, 16th September A day spent on 'housekeeping' when we managed to find a small village launderette. Kingston on a Sunday night was very quiet and we struggled to find somewhere open for supper. It did feel like it was ...

still planning, Kingston, Canada travel blog

still planning

A travel blog entry by jae

So it's just over a month before I leave, and I've done maybe 1/3 of the research, booking and planning that I need to. It is amazing how much time and energy it takes to plan a trip like this. It took me over 30 minutes the other day just to figure out ...

The Queens' Homecoming Party, Kingston, Canada travel blog

The Queens' Homecoming Party

A travel blog entry by sd0744

... traffic jam for over an hour. When we (Me, Andy and Trent - an Australian we picked up in Toronto) eventually made it to Kingston it was pitched black and Canadian roads at night are not ideal to drive on as there are no street lights or cat eyes on ...

Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

We are back in Canada. After almost two months on the road Emily and I have finally made it back to Kingston. The trip home from London was flawless. We managed to fly on the most spacious flight either of us have ever experienced. Both of us felt that we ...

The Final Farm, Kingston, Canada travel blog

The Final Farm

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... you can only be comfortable amongst a group of people when you’re just as happy to be alone.  A drive past the Kingston Mills Locks took us past the stunning auburn oak trees in all their russet-coloured glory and back to Lost Bay Farm where I ...

VERY quick transfer here.., Kingston, Canada travel blog

VERY quick transfer here..

A travel blog entry by kilgiraffe

Heard wonderful things about Kingston, but unfortunately all I got to see of it was the train station and the inside of a taxi after 7 hours of trains! Next time, I suppose.. ...

Prison Museum, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Prison Museum

A travel blog entry by lolly

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... gave me candy! Kingston is quite known for the number of prisons. I can't name them all but here are some: Kingston Penitentiary, Collins' Bay, Millhaven, Joyceville, Prison for Women. The Women's Prison actually was closed in the early 90s because it ...

Lake Ontario, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Lake Ontario

A travel blog entry by lolly

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"I wandered through the old buildings I had once explored on a certain mid-night around Halloween. This time it was dusk. Walking to the water's edge I saw a stone beach and trees with branches like black veins chaotically reaching into the world around ...

Simcoe Islanders for the day, Simcoe Island, Canada travel blog

Simcoe Islanders for the day

A travel blog entry by lolly

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camp fire on The Lake. It was an evening of reminiscing about the past and, for me, noticing changes that have taken place since. It was the same good ol' crew that I have known for about five years now, but we only really see each other at these annual ...

Spring, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Spring

A travel blog entry by lolly

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The day was glorious. We can feel spring coming. All the ice and snow is melting. I took a walk to Lake Ontario Park this afternoon. There were many other people (and very happy dogs) out enjoying the day! Our walk took us along King Street, past the ...

Solstice in the Thousand Islands, Milton Island, Canada travel blog

Solstice in the Thousand Islands

A travel blog entry by lolly

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Boat ride in June, for a hike on Milton Island and a swim on it's shores in Lake ...

Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

... never seen the city from the water and it was a memorable experience seeing the imposing structures of the Ontario Hospital, Kingston Penitentiary, and Fort Henry with its red tiled roofs. We stayed at the main downtown marina called the Flora ...

Kingston Marsh on Fire, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Kingston Marsh on Fire

A travel blog entry by lolly

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It looked like the city caught on ...

We had lunch in Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

We had lunch in Kingston

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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... on the way home, I said). He was also interested in the 1000 Islands, but I was not. Finally, when we drove past Kingston, I felt like stopping and exploring the city a little bit. After filling up the gas and asking the attendant what would be open ...

Olympic Flame Blazes through Kingston, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Olympic Flame Blazes through Kingston

A travel blog entry by lolly

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An event complete with fireworks, great live local music, and signing the national anthem in front of City Hall.  The Olympic Spirit was here. ...

back to reality @ queens university, Kingston, Canada travel blog

back to reality @ queens university

A travel blog entry by nath_h

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... its the best sport in the world. Its fast, requires a lot of skill and I attended a number of state league games here in Kingston (OHL - Ontario Hockey League) while i was here. For one of them, my friend Ruston who works in promotions, hooked me up to ...

Secret beach and hidden waterfall, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Secret beach and hidden waterfall

A travel blog entry by lolly

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On a winter hike, Senica took me to a waterfall where he used to play as a kid. It was amazing! I never knew this sort of scenery existed around here! Awesome!! As the sun started to set we found a deserted beach that the kids used to call the ...

Skater's Waltz on Valentines, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Skater's Waltz on Valentines

A travel blog entry by lolly

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The weekend temperature got very cold quickly and the ice on Lake Ontario froze as the most perfectly flat and clear skating rink I've ever seen.  Skating/gliding was just beautiful!  Everyone was a little cautious at first because the ice was ...

Boxing Day Stroll at Lake Ontario Park, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Boxing Day Stroll at Lake Ontario Park

A travel blog entry by lolly

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The sun and ice and snow were a beautiful combination on the limstone shores of Lake ...

Feb Fest, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Feb Fest

A travel blog entry by lolly

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The city of Kingston really puts a great effort into this long weekend event in early February.  It  creates a good reason to get outisde despite the cold.  Lots of downtown pubs and restaurants feature special menus during Feb Fest  ...

Queens University Kingston Ontario, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Queens University Kingston Ontario

A travel blog entry by nath_h

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... Kingston - Queens University, Ontario, Canada (Aug 29 - Sept 19) My Contact Details Are: Nathan Hinton 175 York St Kingston ON Canada K7K 1R5 h: +1 613 531 3812 m: +1 613 483 1142 e: nathan.hinton@student.unsw.edu.au This will be a fairly ...

Time, Kingston, Canada travel blog

Time

A travel blog entry by lolly

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Enjoying the beauty of winter. Down at the water, near city park, there is a statue called Time. Two silver pillars, slanted towards each other, were meant to be moved by the natural heaves of the Earth over time, and evertually touch in the year 2000. ...

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