The Blue Hill Inn

Address: 40 Union Street, Blue Hill, Maine, 04614, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 40 Union Street, Blue Hill, is near Woodlawn, The Blue Hill Wine Shop, Holbrook Island Sanctuary, and North Light Books.
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      Move In Day!

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 06, 2014

      7 photos

      Move In Day! Move In Day! Move In Day!

      Finally! I feel like we've been on the road for months. I am ready to empty out this giant Ford Explorer, prop my feet up on the couch and drink a glass of Oyster Bay Sauv Blanc (my new wine of choice in preparation for my move to Kiwiland). We checked out around 11 and went to breakfast at Governor's Restaurant ( aurant-and-bakery-bangor) which is an ...

      Close Shave In More Than One Way

      A travel blog entry by livinthedream13 on Dec 07, 2013

      41 photos

      ... hide his, this guy though kept flapping it about and that made it ***********centrate on what he was saying, not just that his voice was a slight bit drab. He shown us lots of old stuff though. We were actually allowed in the room where they signed the declaration. Quite lucky to have been there, this was arguably the most important event in American history and I was in the room.
      In another part of the building there was a replica of the declaration, and then next ...

      No room in the Inn

      A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 05, 2013

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... even imagining it! So I pull off in this parking lot and give in the the exhaustion. After 15 minutes of Meg attempting to see into glowing eyes in the woods while I slept, we hit the road again.

      The longest 30 minutes of my life later we arrive at the border. I drive past the border crossing, adamant that I do not want to face any border patrol officer questions at 1 am while blurry eyed (and realizing I forgot to get a letter from Mike allowing me to ...

      1950s USA.

      A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12 on Aug 18, 2012


      ... the harbour which is dotted by islands and sailing boats ( one spectacular, four mast sailing ship) and half way around the park "loop" we came across "Sand Beach"...and yes...there was a beach that looked a lot like Australia....only the sand was more coarse....Nikki and I waded along the beach and it felt a little like home....had lobsters on the balcony and watched the canoists and sailboats play between the islands in the harbour. Yet another special day. Till next time ...

      Day 2 Acadia

      A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jul 02, 2011

      7 photos

      ... 5 miles and saw Duck Brook Bridge which was a the arched bridge. Then we drove up to the visitor center to ask about the Earthcache program and actually the clues are written on the backs of the sign. Grrrr, so back we went to the first clue spot and sure enough there was the next clue on the back. We got the clue and headed up to Cadillac Mountain so I could do the ranger program called ...