Howard Johnson Inn Kingston

Address: 686 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, L7L 1E7, Canada | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Williamsville area of Kingston, is near Queens University, Wolfe Islander III, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, and Agnes Etherington Art Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingston

      Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

      A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... point, I assumed that this was the highest league of the country, but I soon learnt it was more of a talent league, rather than the National Hockey League (NHL). However, since I had never seen a hockey game in my life before I would not have seen the difference in level anyway, so it didn't really matter. The fact that it was not a NHL game did not mean I was watching a game in an empty stadium, there were still about 5000 people. The Canadians are often described as very non-violent ...

      Staying with Nikki & Joey in Kingston

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... place which would be great to see in the summer. It was also where 1000 Island dressing came from. We drove further on to go to a Chinese restaurant that my granda's aunty Margaret used to love. It was nice but we both began to feel sad our time was almost finished with Nikki and Joey. We want them to move to Scotland. We made the journey back and packed up our stuff and got a lift to the bus station. We said see you soon and were on our ...

      At least two solitudes

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Aug 13, 2014

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      During the initial Air Transat hop to Montreal, I think someone opened a window, because as the outside temperature approached minus 50, the cabin temperature lagged only slightly. On the tarmac in Montreal, the rain came in. Some passengers huddled together to build a fire using items from the snacks menu, but they were not quite stale enough to produce much warmth.



      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Nov 01, 2013

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      ... Or Treat Experience
      There were many many children. All of them dressed up pretty. Girls like to be fairies and princesses. Boys will be superheroes or firemen.
      Whenever we knocked on doors, people will look down first. Nobody is expected 1.6m plus girls collecting candies. Kind of embarrassing. But who cares, they don't recognize us and it is our once in a life time experience.
      We were lucky that the night was not very cold, just right for us.

      The Canadian Mothering

      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Sep 28, 2013

      ... etc. I am sure my mum will get mad and ask me to stop being distracted, without checking first. Instead, Kim's reacted with enthusiasm and participated. Commenting that the app is neat and good. Only after awhile, she ask him to get back to work.

      PS: I wonder if it's reverse psychology at work >.<

      What I noticed that she tends to give a lot of encouragement. Mum always hurry me to finish my work, but ...