The Blue Hill Inn

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, North Light Books, and Holbrook Island Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Blue Hill

    All nature, no man: Canada to the US!

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Aug 20, 2013

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    ... off a bit of military and ferry pilots. We got in and out in a hurry after refueling. As soon as we left the airport we were again in no-man's-land. It got progressively more forested with lots of pretty lakes and streams, but again not a soul to be seen. It wasn't until the shoreline of the St. Charles Sound that we saw a small town. From there we did have some clouds following us into Bangor, so it was good we filed ...

    US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME

    A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon on Oct 07, 2012

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    ... boarded our tour bus and spent the next 2 hours seeing Bar Harbor and riding around the scenic drive up to Cadillac Mountain, the highest natural land near the coast on the Atlantic. It was a very relaxing & breathtaking view of the northeastern shoreline of the United States. The leaves were beginning to turn from green to brown.

    We made our way down Cadillac Mountain back to Bar Harbor (pronounced locally Bah Harbah) and were ...

    Bah Habah

    A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Aug 17, 2012

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    ... lobsters and we learned that it takes a total of 15 years to get a lobstering license. Once the excursion was over, we walked up to a café where I had a delicious lobster Roll and we all had blueberry pie with ice cream. After lunch grandma and I walked around and bought souvenirs. When we went back to the ship we started packing up. Then, we got fresh Maine lobster for dinner. After saying goodbye to everyone, we saw the last show, the Unexpected Boys, and then hit the ...

    Natural High

    A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

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    ... and we continued our adventure to the edge of the abyss.

    Not too far after we left Grandma in our dust the manmade paths ended. To venture farther required hiking across granite with crevices, drops and slopes going up and down. I figured Pat having thoroughly shown Grandma how it is done would call it quits here. In true husband tradition everywhere I was wrong as usual. Press on she said and press on we did. In fact ...

    These legs were made for walking (ish)

    A travel blog entry by bec_f on Jun 17, 2010

    ... was classed as moderate was generally OK - legs were tired, but wasn't too much of a strain on them until we followed the cove trail down. This involved climbing along the rocks on the cliff face - one wrong move & it would be a painful journey into the sea. Some of these walks you have to take your life into your own hands - they're not for the faint hearted.

    As the weather was so nice & legs were less tired we wandered into the town for some drinks - we ended up ...