Travel Blogs from Kingston
... to consider. The feeling of wanting to make decision but worried that I might offend or upset someone else...
My tailbone really hurts when I tried to do core exercises.
This really sucks. Why couldn't I walk the stairs properly. Damn it.
... rude/ loud/ acted up, when you wanted to help me with my books.
I appreciate your help really, and I know you will do whatever you can to help me.
But I just felt pressurised, because when I asked you for help I merely just want you to spend a little time, see if it's possible to find it (without too much effort), I don't want you to spend money and too much time on it.
For this exchange program, studies aren't my priority. I ...
... when he overdid it he will get dizzy spells, I was very worried.
When we are back we will do light gym and plenty of hill climbing and recreation sports okay!
Time will fly (trying to be a time optimist). Look it is already 3 months left! I really can't wait for the day I can hug you tight again.
... of control, people were flipping cars, there were rioting.
The unique thing about Queen's is that it is situated at Kingston Downtown. The students are all kind of living together with the other Kingstonians. So when it got rowdy, the tension between students and citizen was too much to bear. Police have to gather extra forces from other towns to control the crowd.
This year they are resuming Homecoming and we are all going ...
... another lock right away. Locks on the Trent canal were generally taller and required less flights. These locks have a smaller lift so more locks are needed to raise us the same distance. The locks in the Rideau date to the early 1800’s. They are built of limestone blocks quarried locally and are still manually operated using cranks and chains. We are going up in the locks right now. Tomorrow or Thursday we will start ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking