Hello, Kingston!

Having arrived in Kingston, Ontario in the midst of spring blossoming and blooming season, I took to the streets to seek out the character of this historic city. Home to 19th century limestone buildings, waterfront access to Lake Ontario, and university life at Queen’s University and the Royal Military College, the small-ish city is constantly bustling with market stalls, open windows to cafes and restaurants, and independent shops.

Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Waterfront Views
Historic Kingston
Each street downtown is lined with picturesque, historical houses
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Waterfront trails allow direct access to the cool lake waters
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Looks like almost every day is market day!
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Beautiful Lake Ontario is accessible from waterfront trails
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Princess Street – the commercial and nightlife hub
Hello, Kingston | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Always in search of a red phone box! This one is at the Tourist Information Centre on Ontario St.
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Surprises left by friendly locals
Hello, Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog
Delicious treats at Crave Cafe downtown

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Hello Kingston! | One Red Phone Box Travel Blog

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