Kingston Motel East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were in English first then French unlike Quebec Provence where all signs are only in French. We pulled off into a little town for a refreshment and restroom stop and were most amused by two neighbouring businesses - you need to say this in your best Barry White voice "Mr Lube" and next door a service station called "Quickie". Sioux wanted to do the scenic heritage highway along The St. Lawrence River's edge. I always get a lot nervous when scenic diversions are mentioned ...
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 ...
Friday 27/2 - Had a cheaufered look around Kingston today starting with Fort Henry and a good view down over the CBD. We could not get into the Fort itself as it's closed over winter. Back into the main street of the city then a walk down and back up the main street. We stopped half way for a warm up drink & food at 'Sipps' cafe which looked out onto a public skating rink behind the Town Hall. Only a few people skating and we ...
... s still cold. Michelle went to the airport about 3pm to pick up her brother and his wife who have been to Cuba for a destination wedding. Casey arrived back at the condo dressed in shorts and a T shirt. Obviously a bit warmer where he came from. About 4pm we headed off for Kingston. About a 260km trip. It was a bad time to leave due to peak hour traffic and the 1st part of the journey was very slow even though we ...
... did an elaborated job in decorating their houses. Pumpkins artfully crafted. Skulls hanging off tree branches. And the Garage, some houses turned it into a haunted room with awesome effects- Music, flashing lights and bleeding skulls.
People were interested and took photos of us.
One guy even say we are fashionable. "People in Paris dress like this for Halloween"
Wah proud XD
Finally I get to wash my face.
I love halloween :)