Knights Inn Kingston

Address: 1155 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3E1, Canada | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Strathcona Park area of Kingston, is near Wolfe Island, Queens University, Wolfe Islander III, and Marine Museum of the Great Lakes.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingston

      Kingston

      A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Feb 27, 2015

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      ... hockey today?? We dined early at 'Lone Star' in town before going to the K Rock Centre to watch an ice hockey game between Kingston and Sudbury under 20 High School teams. These are the best juniors in the world and a lot of the players get drafted into the NHL teams. One player already had $950,000 contract and was still a year away from playing NHL. Much better watching the game live and most impressed with the skill level and ...

      Toronto to Kingston

      A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Feb 25, 2015

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      ... the express way. Toronto is a huge city with about 2.5million people in the CBD and 6.5million in the Greater Toronto Area. We stopped about 2 hours in (half way) for something to eat then finished off the trip in the dark arriving about 8:30. Heaps more snow about in Kingston. It was nice to finally meet Michelles parents. We were made very welcome and settled in quickly. Off to Ottowa tomorrow for some ice ...

      Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

      A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

      3 photos

      ... around it, being surrounded by 'normal' Canadians was probably the most Canadian experience I've had so far and I absolutely loved it!
      A small update on the weather: so far the temperature has varied betweeen around zero (which is close to tropical for me now, it means that you can actually go outside without gloves for 5 minutes) and -20something (which means that it is a terrible idea to go outside without gloves, a hat, a shawl and preferably some double layers of clothing). ...

      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 ...

      Cranky week

      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Sep 26, 2013

      Had some sort of internal turmoil this week.

      1. Hungry all the time (mentally deprived)
      2. Identity crisis (looking through old photos wondering who am I at each point of time)
      3. Don't know what I am doing in school (HRM and marketing lessons are torturing)
      4. ****** off with my lack of ability to make new friends
      5. Angry at the insurance scheme
      6. Disappointed with my exchange experience ( no place to ...