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Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Kingston

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by kevinfran on Jun 27, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... in a quaint rural town early afternoon and went for a long walk around town. We're in a national parks area called1000 Islands, very picturesque.
By the way, they have a modern Casino, so that where we had dinner, and a small bet or two.
Tomorrow it's off to Montreal for a few days via the scenic route.
Fran's ankle is getting better each day and is back to its normal size.
We're both beginning tp relax and unwind after a hectic first few days. ...

Gettin Ready

A travel blog entry by larryandjackie on May 03, 2015

6 comments

All the usual stuff you do to get ready for a trip. Lots of lists especially passwords etc. Charging up all the gadgets: Kindles, Samsung Tablet, iPad...........but no cell phones. Soon will print off boarding pass. One more sleep and one more shower and then off to Montréal and the adventure begins and I am talking about just finding the Parking Lot at the ...

Kingston

A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Apr 19, 2015

7 photos

... if they are lucky. We checked out the house which is livable but needs a bit of work and then drove and walked around the property a bit. Our main objective for the day was to bust open a beaver dam to drain a swamp and gain access to a track that has been covered with water due to the dam. After walking a few tracks we got to the dam and started pulling it apart. Mat & I started on one side and Mike the other. It's amazing how well they are ...

Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

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January 9, 2015: One of the faculties of the university had organized a trip to a hockey game for us. For the Dutchies, hockey is not field hockey here, it is ice hockey and this difference in naming is completely self-explanatory after having lived here for 2 weeks, during which temperature was above zero for maybe 24 to 48 hours in total.

The game that I went to was between the Frontenacs (the local team of Kingston) and Oshawa. Literally having zero knowledge of hockey up ...

Making Sense of the Peace and Quiet in Kingston.

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Nov 20, 2013

... lazy (once in a while)?
I read this entry by an old nurse. She said that one of the common regrets people have is that they worked too hard.
The underlying idea is that no matter what choices you made, the important thing is that beneath those decision making, you must have a firm set of objectives and beliefs. You need to know what you want in life. Because only with objectives and goals, when you are lazying, you are still moving towards the same direction ...