The Gananoque Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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Mmmmm. The weekend was glorious. Stolen were a few hours of quiet time watching the shooting stars with hubby, pedicures with Nana, sitting on the deck with the puppy and partaking in an impromptu water balloon fight with the kids. It was great to slow down from the crazy pace of packing to spend time with those we love. With three days to go I've recharged my battery for what will no doubt be a busy and emotional three days. Egypt, the Osborne's are on their ...
The bug has struck again. Having spent the evening hearing about the recent adventures of my travel partner in crime, I'm ready to jump on the plane tomorrow. Forget about the clothes and toiletries I haven't packed yet, or the house cleaning and visiting that is on my "to do" list. I'm ready to go. Now. Everything that was important enough is done. 8 ...
... How did the time go by so fast? Packing has been my nemesis as my mind drifts to the travel opportunities we hope to take advantage of while in Egypt. First trip is booked to Spain and France and we couldn't be more excited to visit our international student's families. I've purchased journals to log our budget. Hopefully I will stick with them. Best laid plans ...
... but we kept ourselves amused! Thursday started out with rain, but not for long. Cleared up late morning and the sun came out and schorched us again. Went down for a swim and the water was a lot cooler. Payed some more cards, went for a walk and relaxed! Had a nice fire and enjoyed our last night. Eddie alerted us to the raccoon creeping up behind his daddy! Friday morning was beautiful, but sad to have to pack up. See you soon ...
... do get to see the photos of it later. At Iroquois we diverted again (which is usually what happens on these scenic diversions) to look at the lock that allows large ships through. There was also a barrier system that controls the depth of the water levels of Lake Ontario. Sometimes these diversions come off. We were also surprised to see people fishing out on the river through holes they'd cut through the ice. Further up river the road became The Thousands Islands Parkway. ...