The Blue Hill Inn

40 Union Street, Blue Hill, Maine, 04614, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Blue Hill

The Good and the Bad of Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... for the meal I sent back. For us this was a 2/5.

Next day we went to the Café This Way on Rodick Street to get lobster rolls. Well, we paid nearly $50 US for two lobster rolls on hot dog buns with chips (not fries) just chips. Waaaayyyyy overpriced! And again only so-so… maybe 3/5. Enough said..

The final night of our stay at Bar Harbour we decided to take another chance and treat ourselves to Italian…Mama DiMatteo’s – one word - Devine!!! It ...

US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME

A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon

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... beef wellington, lamb, quail and fixings. We enjoyed it and even made the 8 PM show. The musical group Livewire performed, a husband & wife team, Claire & Mike. Claire played the fiddle & Mike played guitar and their specialty was Celtic music with spattering of American music. A couple of our favorites were songs from the play Fiddler on the Roof and of course The Devil Went Down To Georgia. Great way to end our last day in the ...

The "Far East" - Acadia

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... the area to be protected from the encroachment of man’s modern contraptions, so he bankrolled the use of horse drawn carriages. The Rockefellers donated the land to expand Acadia, the land for St. John National Park in the American Virgin Islands and Grand Teton National Park…aaaahhhh to be a wealthy robber baron at the turn of the century!

After our hike we took the Park Loop Shuttle out to Sier du Mont area for a visit to an archeological museum ...

June 7 - 10, 2011

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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... a little bit sick. It was a perfect day on shore, but I did not like the cold weather out at sea.

By the time we got back to the RV it was about 4:45, and although I was trying to stay away from restaurants, we decided that we will go back to our lobster pound. I justified it since it is part of experiencing Maine! We went back to the same place, and they treated us especially well. Excluding the lobster, we are given close to ...

Forests, Sea, Lakes, Mountains..and more lobsters!

A travel blog entry by paulandlaura

Today we were in Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island in Maine. Had nice weather today. Unbelievable place. We think its the best island in the world! It has everything, beautiful scenery, mountains, lakes, forests, cycle trails and good summers. In the winter it drops to -30C and they have skiing, cross-country skiing (using the cycle trails!)... and massive lobster trade! Lovely island.
Cruising through thick fog as we write ...

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This B&B, located on 40 Union Street, Blue Hill, is near Woodlawn, North Light Books, The Blue Hill Wine Shop, and Holbrook Island Sanctuary.
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