Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kingston
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When we enter the hotel it was very clean and the staff was very nice. Our room is clean and very beautiful. There is a pool here and you get a free breakfast every day that we are here. It is a great hotel to stay. In the room you don't hear the other room beside you.
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We left home in Lyn to come to Kingston to go on the Wolfe Island ferry but we are in a Blizzard snow storm.When we got here the snow was about 1 foot of snow already and it is -37 it fell like -40 with the wind chill.
We have arrived at the hotel Ellie and kids went swimming and I stayed behind to unpack. They came back all 3 looked …
... Castle on Heart Island. A huge castle, boat house, sand castle home, and even a castle for the animals! It was never lived in. The wife of the man that built it died during construction. He halted all of the work and no one set foot on the island for 70 years. The family sold it, lock, stock and barrel to the state for $1.00 under the stipulation that it would never be lived in, no ...
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... was worth getting a battery at the first place we found.
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The second lock was the Newboro lock which also had a hinged bridge to turn. The wind was hard and we scraped the rub ...
The re-enactors at the Fort did some mid-19th century drill, which was cool -- but, of course, there would have been no women in the real British Army back in the day.
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