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Insider Itineraries: Erin Allen

Kingston Pride: A Growing Celebration of Inclusion

2019 marked the 30th anniversary of the Kingston Pride festival and this year’s theme—Remember the Past, Create the Future—celebrated its legacy with record-breaking attendance. From its humble and stressful beginnings as a ‘sidewalk stroll’ in 1989 (they couldn’t get a parade permit) to this year’s parade of over 450 people, Kingston Pride has come a …

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Your Next Getaway is Here

St. Lawrence College Alumni + 20% off

St. Lawrence College’s Students, Family & Alumni can enjoy 20% off the best available rate! Ask for the special SLC Student & Alumni Rate.

Ambassador Hotel at $165/night

Stay at the Ambassador Hotel at $165/night + HST for the ILCA Laser Radial Youth World Championships. Please call 1-800-267-7880 to book.

Queen’s University Alumni + 15% off and more

Enjoy 15% off the best available rate at Green Acres Inn and 10% off a Kingston Food Tour! Free room service with Continental Breakfast included!

Kingston Pen Tour + $20 Denny’s credit

Get “locked up” in Kingston this summer! To qualify for our package, purchase of Standard or Extended Tour tickets at kingstonpentour.com and show proof of purchase upon check-in. Package includes accommodation and 20 dollar credit to Denny’s restaurant. Please call 613-546-3661 or 1-800-267-7888 to make your reservation.

 

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What’s so special about Kingston, Ontario?

Experience first-hand the history, culture, and seasonal activities Kingston has to offer. Bring the family to see Santa in the square, embrace the beauty of winter at Lumina Borealis, wow your taste buds at the best local restaurants from Kingston Food Tours, and much more. You’ll think, “Darn, I wish we grabbed a hotel room or B&B!” so why not easily transform your day trip into a weekend getaway in Canada’s first capital city when you book a hotel or B&B.

Darn, I wish we grabbed a hotel room or B&B!

It’s the blend. Geography provides the 1000 Islands between Toronto and Montreal, history gives you the UNESCO-designated Rideau Canal and Fort Henry, and Kingston’s people add a culture of music, food and drink that’s hard to beat. Bring your dancing shoes for a night out on the town at one of Kingston’s many pubs and late night venues, a camera for the classic architecture, and an appetite for the Farmer’s Market and locavore dining. Forget trying to do it all in a day.

Crush the rush! Book a room in Kingston and you more than double your fun.