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A Few Doors in Kingston, Ontario
On the eastern edge of Lake Ontario at the mouth of the St. Lawrence Seaway, a little more than halfway between Montreal and Toronto you’ll find the town of Kingston.
With a population close to 150,000 it is a fair-sized small city. Being at the heart of the Thousand Islands region I knew it was a pretty waterfront town of historical significance and lots of interesting things for visitors to discover, but I have to admit that up until now Kingston was always the town I’d drive past on my way to somewhere else; usually Toronto.
Recently I got to take a few days to actually stop and explore Kingston. I was more than pleasantly surprised with what I found, so much so that I’m already looking to go back for more.
Here’s a quick peek and some of the lovely homes and interesting architecture in Kingston’s old historical district.
A (supposedly) haunted Inn
The mini-castle next door
A church that welcomes everyone
Plain yet fancy garage
Door within a door, framed by doors on each side!
And a few sets of twins that were separated at birth?
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