Bittersweet B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Despite our best intentions to head off early to White Mountain, a text from Amy about Ian Somerhalder meant a quick diversion to the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. Amy had discovered that her favourite vampire was holding a seminar on his foundation, ISF, and seeing as how we were in the neighbourhood??
So I illegally parked Louise in a tow-away zone, father-fan-stalked the guy, and bought the requisite souvenirs. We were back on the road by 9-ish on a ...
... slide show and video of Rita's younger years. That evening and our final one in Maine we went to the Lobster coop where Ricky works and had dinner and got a tour of the processing of the lobsters. Several got the long awaited Lobster dinner. Everyone packed and got ready for flight or for us the next leg of our ...
... spit to cook the meat. Then back to Maine to see Nubble light house. Beautiful lighthouse and water surrounding water. Then shopping at Stonewall kitchen they sell there goods everywhere but they are in MMaine so we went to the company store. They had this really neat Halloween decoration of witch's and of course we added Nora to the ride . Then we saw the first batista church in the US. Back to Rita's to regroup for the next ...
... Everest" at the local Cinemax in IMAX but somehow we wound up watching "The Walk" in IMAX instead. We still don't know how the mixup happened up we really enjoyed the movie we saw. So…we still have a movie to look forward seeing.
10-1-15 - Thursday
Watching hurricane Joaquin's progress on the weather channel. Florida isn't in any danger but anywhere up the east coast could be including Maine. A partly sunny day, we took the pups for a long ...
... since 1853, takes visitors back to the time when Kennebunkport was one of the richest towns in New England; when shipbuilding and the shipping trade thrived. It’s such a treat for visitors of the area to be able to get a little taste of history through buildings that are kept in their original state. By giving tours and keeping up with routine maintenance of these houses, they are able to preserve the original beauty and teach visitors about the beauty ...