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In Sir John A's Footsteps

Kingston, Canada
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Valda M wrote a review Mar. 2017
Picton, Canada24 contributions4 helpful votes
It is a pleasure to see all the old buildings that have been preserved and definitely enjoy the History behind them.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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devoedyette wrote a review Jan. 2017
Kingston, Canada7 contributions4 helpful votes
Kingston, Ontario was slated to be the Capital of this Country; when dubious minds made change and brought Ottawa on board due to safety considerations from our neighbors. This historic refuge screams intrigue and the chance of a life time to discover a knowledge that is second to none. Visit the old headquarters of the KKK and homes that brandishes 'Slave Quarters' for Blacks. Kingston boast a history that is second to none and an honesty and truth that captivates a distant past. Our present reflects a past not far gone and a future that brandishes a disjointed past. The views or our shorelines are the best you will see with opportunities for fishing and hunting too. A land so beautiful engulfed by water with a vision of tranquility that you may never want to leave.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Christine K wrote a review Jul. 2016
4 contributions1 helpful vote
we took this tour on Canada Day. was fun and informative. i learnt some facts about Kingston that I never realised after living here for a year.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Patricia B wrote a review Dec. 2015
Kingston, Canada25 contributions2 helpful votes
A super pub with lots of great food..large portions for good value. Service is excellent and staff very friendly. There is a history here of Sir John A Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. I believe it was his law office at one time. Kingston is full of History and a great city to visit. I came in 1969 and never left. Proud to call it home.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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taters108 wrote a review Dec. 2015
Ottawa, Canada92 contributions46 helpful votes
The entire troupe was fantastic. They had us laughing throughout the whole show, plus we learned a lot along the way.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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