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Travel Blogs from York Harbor
Before we go onto the next part of the trip, a couple of things. I like the North American toilets better than ours. When I first came here over 20 years ago, I thought the toilet was broken because it was full of water. Crazy! The department stores are playing Christmas music. About 12.30am this morning, fast asleep when the frickin' fire alarm went off in the hotel. ****!!! People were in the corridor asking what to do, so Fray & I grabbed phones, ...
Folks back home most often ask what we miss most about land and the answer is always an easy one, THEM! During our two week visit back to New England we were able to meet up with some of our family and friends. The unfortunate thing is that we were not able to meet up with everyone we wanted to see. However, we were able to enjoy the time with the ones we did and will cherish them.
For those we did not see, we hope to catch up ...
... was in the spare room and proceeded to bark and scratch at the bedroom door (mom and dad were at work). I opened the door to a wild frenzy of panting tongues and flapping tails. Funny how dogs can be left along for like five minutes but react as if it has been years when human contact is made again. Despite the rain, I decided I at least wanted to go drive around the mountains to the north a little bit, if nothing else to find some fall ...
... seems like a great campus, covers some serious area that's for sure. We then walked around the Cambridge area - Harvard merchandise everywhere, maybe this pays for the lawn mowing?
After Cambridge we checked out the city centre, browsing through streets with seriously desirable apartments lining the footpaths, had a peek at the Burklee College of Music complete with musos appearing from every street corner - guitars on the back, ready to ...
October 14, 2009
After saying farewell to Peggy and Bud we wanted to tour some of the Maine seacoast before heading to Vermont. Before long we found ourselves in the very attractive town of York. A former resident had donated a huge tract of land to the city to create a park for public enjoyment. The park path led us to the beach and then to a seaside path clinging to the rocky slope ...
Other places to stay in York Harbor
480 York Street, York Harbor | B&Bfrom $148
- Nice....and Pricey
- All that glistens is not gold...
7 Stage Neck Road, York Harbor | B&Bfrom $90
370 York St., Coastal Rt 1A, York Harbor | B&Bfrom $130
Route 1A, York Harbor | B&Bfrom $179
611 York Street, York Harbor | B&Bfrom $150