Motel 6 Kingston
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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New construction. Rooms are spotless and well presented. Exactly like in online photos. Wood floors, fridge and microwave. Flat screen TV. Only downside is that it is on the out-out-outskirts, but at least it is convenient to the highway.
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Another boring travel day ... overnighted in Kingston, and saw Fort Henry, another major British stronghold to protect British North American from Cousin Johnathon.
The Fort was quite interesting, and Kingston seemed really nice ... it has a lot of old limestone buildings dating back to the late 19th century, but I didn't have time to see …
... 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 ...
The morning was absolutely perfect. Sunny and calm. We went in to Kingston this morning and did a very short impromptu tour. At the dock we were pleasantly surprised to see a multicultural festival occurring. We looked around and treated ourselves to a meal of Pupusas from El Salvador. These were cheese and pork filled pancakes with a dipping sauce and a type of coleslaw. What a treat and it was extremely reasonable because ...
... for miles as we cruised farther west until making port at our next major destination, Alexander Bay. Captain Steve and I were graced with a day off to enjoy this quaint coastal town and time away from our live-in work life. We sat at the harbor for hours sipping bloody marys filled to the rim with pickled vegetables and local brews. A pub lunch was complete with dockside ring toss and hours of nothing but relaxation and enjoyment. When you live at ...
We drove 4 hours from Niagara Falls and chose Gananoque to spend some time in. It sits on the St. Lawrence Seaway, where there are over 1,800 islands. Known as the land of 1,000 islands! We took a one-hour cruise, had dinner, and ended with a lovely ...