Ontario Place Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sackets Harbor
... Driving - only for a short distance though - we happened upon a sign that read Lemoine Point Conservation Area. Since we were in the area, we thought we'd check it out. The walk along the paths were wonderful. We especially liked walking along Lake Ontario. We saw lots of trees, flowers and birds. There were other people on the trails enjoying a stroll by themselves, with someone or with a dog. Even with other people, the trails did not ...
... then relaxed for a bit. Joanne and I then went grocery shopping and the kids watched tvs in their rooms.
Kingston, Ontario may not be exotic but we were still able to enjoy some family time together. :) ... and really.. Isn't that what is important at the end of the day? I would say "YES"!! :)
... Frederick said he would go with me so we were off to see a show.
It was $2 day at the movies. At first, Frederick and I thought we'd see "Nut Job". While we were waiting for the movie to start, we decided to sneak into another movie theater and see the movie "300". lol At first I thought ...
... room as well as a pool area with a hot tub. Unfortunately, the hot tub was not heating up properly. When we first arrived, the hotel was filling up the hot tub. The hotel noted on a sign that the hot tub was having problems with their heater - therefore the hot tub was only able to maintain a luke warm temperature.
It was four years after Lt. Jebb's survey that a prominent figure, Charles Lennox, the Fourth Duke of Richmond, and the Governor-in-Chief of British North America, decided to make a tour of the Canadas. This included an inspection of the planned route of the Rideau Canal. In 1819, he started his tour, leaving Québec City, travelling to Montréal, and on to Kingston. From Kingston he headed overland, along rough tracks and trails, until he eventually reached the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking