Clarion Inn and Conference Center Gananoque
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... good crepes and enjoyed our side trip very much. We stopped at a very beautiful provincial park at Trois riviera and enjoyed a nice walk about and then pushed on to Kingston for the night. It was a bit longer as we had to make sure to avoid the ...
... scheduled for 105 pounds (still a steep price in our opinion). Got us to Gatwick in 90 minutes (train had taken 3 hrs) and we checked in with no line up, had another breakfast and played with free WiFi.
Plane, Air Transat was ok. I was lucky and had empty seat beside me. I watched 3 movies (Big Eyes, Far from the Madening Crowd and another I did not get finished). Larry slept which was good ...
... a system like this one we seen I'm betting they are completely off grid.
Our day driving finished in Kingston. A total of 162 km taking us 5 hours by bus. Told you it was slow. We held up in a park just outside of Kingston called Rideau Acres. This was a very nice campground. We had a beautiful spot next to the waters or the Rideau water way. As the sun went down and we finished a delicious meal the sun set was amazing. It was a great day in the magic bus.
... a quaint rural town early afternoon and went for a long walk around town. We're in a national parks area called1000 Islands, very picturesque.
By the way, they have a modern Casino, so that where we had dinner, and a small bet or two.
Tomorrow it's off to Montreal for a few days via the scenic route.
Fran's ankle is getting better each day and is back to its normal size.
We're both beginning tp relax and unwind after a hectic first few days. ...
... us!" said BJ.
After enjoying the sunshine for sometime, Monk said, "shall we keep exploring?"
"Absolutely," said AJ, "let's see what else Gananoque has on offer."
"Let's go down to the river," said Farmer Ted, "It's this way. The Eyes, always the Eyes!"
"What was that?" asked BJ, eyeing Farmer Ted.
"The river," he said, "it's this way."
AJ and BJ looked at each other before they headed off with their friends to further explore ...