Ann's Point Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the pink granite over to Ships Harbor point. Then north along the trail back to road and along road to car park.
We then drive Oliver to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse which has been on operation since 1850 when half of the Maine population were mariners. We climbed down the cliffs amidst the rising tide and crashing surf to get the best photo. See the pix.
... It's great. Fully stocked kitchen, linens, and super clean. We didn't want to stay in Bar Harbor. Too many people. We can jump on the Island Explorer bus anytime we want free of charge and can go anywhere on Mount Desert Island which makes it very easy. Our first hike was out to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse. It was a great ease in for our first hike. I think it was approximately ...
We packed a lunch and went exploring into Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island today. Bar Harbour is on the island and is pretty touristy, but the rest of the island has a national park on it (sort of broken up into chunks) and has lots of small communities.
We toured around enjoying the coastal views ...
... honor. Very interesting story to read. Before 1947 Bar Harbor was the place to be for the American jetset, the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Carnegies, Morgans and Astors all had huge mansions build here. But after a fire which destroyed 17.000 acres and almost complete Bar Harbor in 1947, most people never returned but still the village survived and became a well known touristic attraction for 2 million people every year, from all over the world.
Downtown is as touristic as it can ...
... are Maine’s answer to cathead biscuits in the south. Only they are lighter, fluffier and bigger. The bottom of this Maine manna is about the size of a baby’s fist while the top is about the size of my fist. Popovers were invented when some Yankee wife several hundred years ago poured too much batter in a muffin pan causing the huge muffin top. The Yankee husband came in from the field and asked, “what are ...