My Canadian vacation came to a close with a weekend in Niagara Falls, Ontario (with the aforementioned mistaken stop on the wrong side of the border). I had never been to Niagara Falls — New York or Canada — previously, and I enjoyed the opportunity to see such a famous Canadian American landmark.
Since I spent a lot of time by myself in Kingston, I played the ultimate tourist. I already mentioned the bike rental, kayaking and touring Fort Henry. I also spent a full day on a hop-on-hop-off Kingston Trolley Tour. And I mean full day: I got on the first trolley at 10 a.m. and hopped offContinue reading “Kingston Trolley Tours”
Poutine.Long before I arrived in Kingston, Ontario, Kail was providing regular updates about the food scene. “I had the best sushi last night,” he would say. Or, “Kingston has a Five Guys!” he would write excitedly in an email. I already knew Kingston had at least two German restaurants, a Greek place, lots of AsianContinue reading “Poutine, or Canadian Food”
My first weekday in Kingston, Ontario, with a full day to spend exploring on my own, I rented a bike and set off about town. One 15-minute, uphill, sweaty bike ride later, I found myself across the Kingston Harbour at Fort Henry.
As I mentioned earlier in the week, Kingston, Ontario is full of things to do outdoors: walking, running, biking, kayaking, sailing, you name it. I definitely took advantage of these opportunities and the relative safety and freedom with which I was able to get around.
I’m back from vacation. I spent the majority of the last week and a half in Kingston, Ontario, spending time with Kail, who is taking a month-long course at Queen’s University as part of a training for work.