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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

An evening in Gananoque

A travel blog entry by 6kopers on Jul 22, 2014

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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 ...

Chaffey's and Newboro Locks to Upper Rideau Lake

A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 06, 2014

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... bit on the lock doors. Michele's pole hook also fell apart as she tried to pull the boat up the wall. We were ready to relax and have a nice cold Canadian micro brewed beer with lunch in Westport. The crowd at Westport is not as friendly as the groups we met along the way at the lock docks. This is odd since the guide books seem to brag about the friendliness of this place.

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Relaxing at Davis Locks

A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 05, 2014

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We enjoyed the mooring (actually at a dock next to the locks, but Canadian's call it a mooring) at Davis Locks so much we decided to stay Saturday night. The locks and marina's can be busy on the weekends and since we had a prime location at the end of the dock, we stayed and kayaked, swam, and watched the lock operations through the warm ...

On the way to Montreal ...

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jun 29, 2014

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... were left behind unless the soldier could make private arrangements, which was unusual).

(I am not sure whether NCOs, at least the senior ones like the Company and Regimental Sergeant Majors and other Sergeants were included in those limits - the Officers, of course, could do as they pleased, as they were expected to pay for any family transport themselves anyway, though it would normally have been on ships chartered by the ...

This is an Important Post

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Oct 22, 2013

... almost all the songs on my phone to kill time on our way back home for our 2nd turkey dinner.

Then the nightmare begun.

First, my macAir crashed. I was depressed and didn't know what to do with myself. My precious screenshots with dear are gone. Our memories of talking through this small screens since 1st August disappeared forever. My reports I have to redo them too. I didn't dare to think harder about what else I've lost.
I trusted Apple so much, ...