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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... filled with Victorian style homes owned now and previously by old money, The Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Carnieges etc. The streets in town are narrow and the buildings old but very well maintained. We walked and took photos for about three hours. By then we were tired and time to get the tender back to the ship. I will always remember this town for its shear beauty and Autumn ...
... bar to explore Bar Island, fish off the bridge or just take in the views looking back at Bar Harbor. Because Hurricane Arthur (turned tropical storm) was slowly rolling towards Bar Harbor, we quickly walked over and back before heading into town to explore the shops.
We enjoyed walking through the kitschy downtown stores and purchased some super cute "state" towels at Window Panes (http://www.yelp.com/biz/window-panes-h ...
... next morning. It is the highest mountain in the region at over 1500ft above sea level. It was a tough hike and much different than our other hikes. The area is much rockier, with huge sheets of granite and a lot less shade on he trails. There was little forest and it was much drier and warmer than New Hampshire. It took us almost an hour and a half to reach the peak and it was well worth it. The views of the bays and the never ending Atlantic Ocean were breathtaking. We’ve ...
... hostess asked if we wanted to sit together. We both said "sure". They were from Boston. We had a great time with our new acquaintance's.
Leon and I wanted to walk to the Bar Island, (we had read about it) You need to check the tide charts before heading onto the Island. At low tide you can walk across the shell covered sand bar from Bridge St. Wouldn't want to be here when the tide comes in, (sea ...
... under trees to shelter from the deluge. Still no signs of it brightening up, so we stop for a coffee/hot chocolate at the Trailhead Café and discuss our options. Yes, we could still get a bike but we both know what will happen. We will cycle for approximately ten minutes before I start complaining that I am cold and miserable. Our other option for today was a boat cruise. We could do this but we both know what will happen. We will sail ...