Econo Lodge City Centre

840 Princess Street, Kingston, K7L 1G3, Canada
Econo Lodge City Centre
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Fort Henry - going to the lower fortFort Henry - going to the lower fort

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Kingston waterfront just about to board the boatKingston waterfront just about to board the boat

Travel Tips for Kingston

Summer Afternoons on a downtown patio

by Highbrae

If you are visiting Kingston between June and September you will notice that every restaurant along Ontario Street will have an outside patio, and if the sun is shining the patios will be full. What you may not realize is that although Kingston will be full of tourists at this time of year the patios will be full of locals. We do love our patios and any excuse of a downtown meeting will do if it means a few hours on a patio with a few of the lake. I could name a few however there are so many, so pick one that suits your taste and enjoy. The Patio of the Tir nan Og Pub with Irish Drafts and finger foods on Ontario Street in the shadow of historic City Hall.

The Birthplace of Hockey

by Highbrae

Kingston is recognized around the world as the birthplace of Ice Hockey. Two of Kingston's most respected institutions; Queens University, sometimes called the Harvard of the North or the Oxford of the west (although any Queens Grad will tell you it is superior to both) and the Royal Military College (RMC), referred to as Canada's West Point (ditto for RMC Grads) have maintained the oldest rivalry in hockey since they first met on the frozen waters of Kingston's Harbour in 1886. This annual event is now part of Kingston's Feb Fest celebrations and include a team from the 2nd Regiment from Royal Canadian Horse Artillery who represent the "gunners' of the Kingston Garrison who played on the frozen harbour as far back as 1843. For any hockey fan this game should not be missed and the added feature of FebFest in Kingston makes a perfect winter escape. Please see my Kingston page for more FebFest details. Thermos of hot beverage and a blanket

Historic small towns along the way

by Bwana_Brown

The Loyalist Parkway passes through many small communities along its route, going straight through on the main streets of places such as Wellington, Rosehall, Bloomfield, Picton, Glenora, Adolphustown, Sandhurst and Bath. As we drove along, we were impressed by the number of historic old buildings dating from the late 1700s and first half of the 1800s, as well as the numerous huge old oak, beech and elm trees lining the streets. The towns take obvious pride in their heritage and looked like they would be fun to explore if we had been able to make more time available.

Kingston City Hall Tours

by sunnywong

Built when Kingston was the Capital of Canada in 1841, City Hall is a magnificent museum and historic treasure chest.

The Kingston City Hall Tour Guide Program is up and operational on a daily basis effective May 21, 2002. Tours are available Monday through Friday from 10-4:00 p.m. City Hall will also be open for tours on Canada Day, July 1, 2002 - as well as Saturdays and Sundays, from 11-3:00 p.m., throughout July and August.

Kingston, Ontario

by calgarykeener


The City of Kingston is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario and is a few hours driving from Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. Kingston offers excellent educational, health, cultural and recreational facilities.

Kingston is nicknamed the "Limestone City" because of the many historic buildings built from limestone. Very impressive!

Last time I went to Kingston was this past September to visit my friend's family. We went for a nice walk downtown along the waterfront - thankfully it was a beautiful, warm and sunny day. Definitely a must-see for anyone visiting Kingston!


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Address: 840 Princess Street, Kingston, K7L 1G3, Canada