Hampton Inn Watertown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... river rat, told many interesting stories about builders, original owners and residents. He told us there are actually over 1800 islands, with the smallest being called Tom Thumb. (Our tour director had previously defined island for us as a body of land at least 3 feet, surrounded by water with at least one tree however, I have failed to find such a definition on ...
... the lake to raise this level in the coming weeks which makes it easier to bring the boats up out of the water for the winter months. We are having today off to catch up on our washing and the weather is still sunny. We will be travelling by car with Cathy and Bill to Montreal so we are packing for the next stage of our journey. I understand that it will be much cooler as there ...
Today Perce and I had our hair cut and I had my nails done as well. We then met Cathy, Bill, Mike and Ruth-Anne for lunch then Mike and I went and played 9 holes of golf. It is a beautiful, sunny day, no breeze and unusual weather for this time of ...
... struck, Louise died suddenly and work on the castle ceased. Bolt never returned to the island, leaving behind the structure as a monument of his love. For 73 years the castle remained vacant until 1977 when the 1000 Islands Bridge Authority assumed ownership. They set about preserving the Bolt legacy investing millions of dollars into rehabilitation of the castle for the enjoyment of present and future ...
... back to the cottage we picked up some food for tonight's meal which we are cooking for Cathy & Bill. We also visited Bills cows which looked very healthy. They came running in to the yard when they saw him. We also stopped by a local saw mill which is run by the Amish, something that we don't have in Australia. We were very interested in hearing about them. The wind has picked up, the sun is about to set and our dinner guests will be arriving ...