The Gananoque Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... chaos in summer. This is where Thousand Island Dressing was invented to put on the many lobsters they catch around here in summer. Bet you didn't know that. We wanted to buy some dressing but nothing is open until May. So the only dressing we had was putting on extra layers of clothes. At least we have the place to ourselves. Fortunately the place where we are staying, the historic Gananoque Inn & Spa had re-opened just the week before. Our room was an old style ...
Saturday 28/2 - Up at 7:00am for Peter and Mike and after a coffee we were off to 'the cottage' where Mike spends most of his weekends and Mat has told us a lot about. Only 1 hrs drive and we were there. We drove straight out onto the frozen 'Wolfe Lake' and parked in front of the cottage. Waded through knee deep snow to the back door. 1st job was to light the wood heater to warm the cottage up. A lovely spot right on the ...
... hockey today?? We dined early at 'Lone Star' in town before going to the K Rock Centre to watch an ice hockey game between Kingston and Sudbury under 20 High School teams. These are the best juniors in the world and a lot of the players get drafted into the NHL teams. One player already had $950,000 contract and was still a year away from playing NHL. Much better watching the game live and most impressed with the skill level and ...
... most of the day, clearing for an impressive sunset in the evening.
Monday 23/2 - Mat & Peter walked along the foreshore of Lake Ontario toward the city today. A nice day but minus 20 degrees. Heaps of snow and the lake and rivers are iced up out to about 100m off shore. Surprisingly there are some people out jogging, all wrapped up in thermal skins, balaclavas, golves, etc. We even see the ...
... point, I assumed that this was the highest league of the country, but I soon learnt it was more of a talent league, rather than the National Hockey League (NHL). However, since I had never seen a hockey game in my life before I would not have seen the difference in level anyway, so it didn't really matter. The fact that it was not a NHL game did not mean I was watching a game in an empty stadium, there were still about 5000 people. The Canadians are often described as very non-violent ...