Acadia Oceanside Meadows Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ten minutes before I start complaining that I am cold and miserable. We hadn’t planned very well (or at all) for potential wet weather activities.
We decide to grab a sandwich from the Downeast Deli and have a picnic in the park anyway, albeit a picnic in the car park at Echo Beach Lake. Chris has pastrami on rye and I have corned beef reuben. These are not sandwiches we get in Greggs back home. Suffice to say, the ...
What a beautiful part of America! When we arrived in Bar Harbour in the Acadia National Park, Julie first pointed out this really nice harbour side hotel that looked amazing. We pulled up and then she went to checked up in. But she then comes back. Turns out we were in the much smaller, not so nice place across the road. But oh well. We walked down to dinner and had seafood beside the harbour. This was the second time I had tried seafood ...
... centre for Steffi to buy some new walking shoes and we grabbed some lunch, fuel and groceries as well. Having prepared ourselves to continue, we drove south towards Acadia National Park.
National Parks in the US have been busy, stressful and charming all at the same time. Luckily for us, we arrived just after the Labour Day long weekend finished and all the kiddies had returned to school, so the crowds were down. Not to mention that the rainy weather ...
... mark me converted. It is good.
Today we were supposed to go on a whale/puffin watching cruise, but the tropical storm off the coast is causing 7’ seas so it was cancelled. We are going to try to tomorrow before we leave for Boston ,if the seas calm down. We won’t know till Saturday morning.
With no whales to watch, we decided to go idiot watching at Thunder Hole. Thunder Hole is a rocky part ...
... to follow the loop road to Wildwood Stables. From here we traveled by horse and carriage. Our tour followed the carriage roads built by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He spent 27 years and millions of dollars to create the most wonderful gift any private citizen has ever given to his fellow country men (in our opinion). We followed the roads up Day mountain, I’m sure the view would have been breathtaking had it not ...