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My Grand-Parents wen to the Thousand Islands in the 40's for their honeymoon so i've always wanted to see that place that meant so much for them.
The cruise we took gave us a good overview of the history and I understand how it was...More
Thousand Island is beautiful & absolutely magnificent place to visit in Canada. Each and every island is unique with beautiful home that you can only dream to have one. Do not have many words to share my experience. Just visit this treasure that is on...More
Saw signs for this and thought..what the heck. So glad we did as it was reasonably priced, a very pleasant ride and educational as well. The narrative is informative but not too heavy. The sights were great. We stopped at Boldt Castle and took a...More
Such interest history surrounds the 1000 islands and so many wonderful photo opportunities exist. Was fascinated to hear that the famous 1000 sauce originated here. Some of the islands are so small, all they consist of is one tree! Others have beautiful summer homes on...More
If you ever passing this way, stop and go on a boat trip to see the Thousand Islands, there is plenty of variation in size both in the islands and the places that occupy them, is calming and well wroth a visit.
Hired a car in Ottowa and drove to Toronto (once you have the car, cheaper than train/plane and more fun - used CanadianAffair to hire, via AVIS, and avoid remote drop off charge). Route 416 out of Ottawa was a clear road, and to avoid...More
Nice little town but only good for a short stay or a one day trip. The area has not many attraccions. Pretty much the only thing they have is the boat trips or kayak rentals. If you want to have a better place to stay...More
We visited Thousand Islands for a short, two-day weekend getaway. Traffic from and to Toronto made the trip a bit cumbersome, but it was well worth it.
As the bed & breakfasts book up several months ahead, I would suggest booking as early as you...More