Black Duck Inn on Corea Harbor

Address: 36 Crowley Island Rd., Corea, Maine, 04624, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 36 Crowley Island Rd., Corea.
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      A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 30, 2014

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      ... to catch our 10 a.m. boat. A crusty, old Maine ranger entertained us with dry, Down East humor and stories of Acadia, past and present as our boat chopped through the fog on the ride to Islesford. We were frozen Popsicles by the time we docked on "Little Cranberry Island." We ran to the historical museum to thaw and look around.
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      Mount Desert Island - Its Sweet not Barren

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... a very large Cruise ship to drop its load of passengers who would arrive early in the morning and depart late in the afternoon. The draw for these passengers is to swarm in like locust to the towns shopping district to purchase 'All things Acadia” and basically clog the roads with tour busses, bicycles, and amateur and lost hikers. We decide to hang out at the cottage and enjoy kayaking around the cove; row, read, relax and paddle, ponder and ...

      Maine: Lobster, Lighthouses and Government Letdown

      A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 07, 2013

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      ... tonight was the night. We drove in to Bar Harbor and feasted on our first ever whole Lobsters on the waters edge of the Maine Coast. Being a crab fanatic, I was quite overwhelmed by the intricacy of eating a whole Lobster. For those of you who have not tried it, I would highly suggest it!

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      The Road Less Traveled

      A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Sep 03, 2013

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      ... a sudden I could just see the fog roll in and obscure the view. It was pretty cool. When I finished the hike, the sky began to clear and I headed to the town of Bar Harbor. OMG, was I in for a surprise! The harbor is just beautiful. Never mind the quaint shops and restaurants and lovely inns, the view is spectacular! I got a cup of soup at a restaurant on the water just as an excuse to sit and look at the view, and when I was done I ...


      A travel blog entry by emstreeter on Jul 10, 2013

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      ... it's just not the same - they can't do it very well! Luckily they know how to make sangria. Because I had a fair bit of that over dinner! We ended up meeting Julia's boyfriend at a bar after dinner - he was also on a tour with 3 travellers - 2 young boys and a 57 year lady that didn't speak much English. That had just arrived from Canada and their trip was typically camping but plans changed and happened to be staying at our hotel as ...