Courtleigh Hotel And Suites

Address: Newburgh Rd, Kingston 5, Kingston, Ontario, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Newburgh Rd, Kingston 5, Kingston.
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Travel Blogs from Kingston

"Going Home is such a Ride..."...Dory Previn

A travel blog entry by bevanow on May 30, 2015

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... memory too soon?? But the reality of integrating back into 'being home' practicalities is pretty complete at this point. Bags unpacked ( it took a few days to empty that last suitcase), mail opened/dealt with, income tax done ( by my good friend Annie!/ I couldn't face it!!), groceries in, power,phone/internet TV restored after my usual BellHell session with them ( they still haven't gotten it right!!)...and now out in this ...

Kingston

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Apr 19, 2015

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Friday 17/4 - Quite and uneventful day in Kingston today. Very foggy start especially in town close to the lake. Didn't do anything of note. Visited town. Drove around a bit. Bought another book to read. Brought a new jumper. Mat & I brought some more vegemite. Did some grocery shopping for dinner. Mikaela & I talked Mat into giving us a massage.

Saturday 18/4 - The girls went to Picton today which is easier to access by ferry from Kingston ...

Kingston

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Apr 14, 2015

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... 55 car ferry which has recently gone into drydock for maintenance, repair and renovation. It's a good thing we got there early as not all the cars that eventually lined up would get on. On the way back the ferry had to go through some ice that was still in the lake. On the way back to Mike and Carol's we stopped off at the post office to post home some winter clothes that hopefully we won't need any more.

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Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

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... the Frontenacs pushed the player from Oshawa on the ice and thereby won the fight), they each went into their own penalty corner and the game continued as if nothing happened. After the third period, it was a tie (2-2). But as there can only be one winner, the game continued for another 5 minutes. Still, no winner, which meant penalty shoot outs. This was pretty spectacular, as they do not just shoot from a distance but approach the keeper and then try to score. Finally, victory for ...

Awkward Turtle

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Nov 17, 2013

... a small social circle?
Am I fine with not travelling around?
Am I fine with my current exchange experience?
Do I want more?

Quality over Quantity.
That's the best phrase to sum up what I feel about this.

I rather have one very true and lasting friendship.
I rather have a very real and authentic local experience.
We did Boston. The travel was great... But ...