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3100 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V2, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Woodbine area of Kingston, is near Loyalist Golf and Country Club.
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Touring Kingston

A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Sep 08, 2014

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... 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 ...

Checking out Kingston's history

A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Sep 06, 2014

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We then went to the dock and boarded a sternwheeler for a 3 hour cruise through the 1000 islands. That is their name but there are actually 1800 islands and they all have summer "cottages" if you can call them that. Many are very grandiose, up to 7500 sq. ft. More like mini castles than cottages. Once one is owned it stays in the family for generations and is rarely sold. It was thoroughly relaxing and we just sat back and enjoyed the ...

1800 "Thousand Islands"

A travel blog entry by steveandclair on Jul 30, 2014

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... 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 ...

A cup of coffee or hot chocolate?

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Jan 26, 2014

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After we disembarked the ferry, we decided to make a pit stop at the Tim Hortons right beside the docks. Actually, we normally stop at this Tim Hortons - either before or after we take the ride to the Island.

Frederick got a white hot chocolate and muffin, Fiona got a hot chocolate and donut and I got a coffee and a muffin ...

VERY understanding Queen's Student

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Oct 26, 2013

... work and efficient. This is week is a really cold week. The wind howls every night and my lips are cracking, I cant even smile properly. My columbia jacket with the special heat reflecting technology didnt work as well, I think my body is not generating enough heat that's why. I was freezing, and have to use so many blankets. My friends told me I'm going to die in Quebec during ...