The Gananoque Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... how archaic and barbaric we were even here in Canada. They had a bed to tie men down while they were strapped. A rack to hold them while they were whipped. A coffin like structure where they were placed in isolation for hours at a time. A bucket into which their head could be placed while water was poured in to simulate drowning. Did we really do this to people in the belief ...
We had a nice drive today going towards Kingston. The side trip through the Loyalists Parkway was scenic and slowed the pace of following the freeway. There is so much history in this area that we could spend weeks in each area trying to learn it all. We both feel our Canadian history from school is almost all forgotten. LOL
We arrived in Kingston and did a quick tour of the town and booked a couple of tours. Tomorrow we'll do ...
... were not lost on even the most utilitarian structures on Heart Island as demonstrated by the design of the Power House. This structure, located at the ”foot” of the Island and built at a cost of $40,000.00, was to house the electrical generating plant and domestic water pumps for the Island. The most notable feature of the structure is the carillon clock tower soaring 90 feet above the waterline. The tower was planned when Mr. Boldt ...
We didn't have to wake up really early to bring Fiona to camp today. The drop off time for Fiona today at Golden Lake Camp was between 3 and 4 pm.
Before we hit the road to bring Fiona to camp, Fiona and I brought Mom the laundry that we did for her. It was great to see her again before we headed off to Deacon, Ontario (where the camp is located).
... violin and entertained us for awhile before they headed back home. It was nice to see them again and we look forward to spending more time with them while were back home in Ontario.
Our last stop was in Frankville, which is where Norm’s brother Steve and his wife, Marion live. Norm’s Mom was there too so it made for a lovely visit. It was a special time for the family as we went out for ...