Clark Point Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... along with coffee. Common Good also offers homemade oatmeal, and fresh juices, but who can pass up hot popovers with house made maple-butter, cinnamon-butter, fresh raspberry and blueberry jams!! Eating these puffs of yummy goodness brings us immeasurable joy and all of this is enhanced by the community sing-along while breakfasting. Again, all of the wonderful food items described are offered to the public for free. All they ask is that one makes a ...
... the boat is completely covered and not dependant upon the weather as all the activity is taking place under the sea.
We were the first to arrive at the College of the Atlantic at the meet up point at the Dorr Natural History museum. We were greeted by 'Captain Evil', aka Ed's wife, Edna who is such a lovely person. She was most amused to learn that the trip was recommended to us by our Welsh friends and proceeded to name the ...
The trail down was quite straightforward following the little cairns, although there was two steep sections that involved my patented "sit on bottom and ease yourself down" technique which the boys are now expert at!
Back in the car, as we were on the loop road we drove up Cadillac mountain, the highest point in the park. I will confess, after the trail, it was a bit of an anticlimax. It was busy and ...
... seemed a good way to see a large chunk of the park otherwise difficult to see unless you do some mega hiking. We went a slight detour into Bar Harbor via the main park visitor centre to book the boys one one of the ranger led activities, a tidepool walk later in the week. The place was mobbed! So much for this being a quieter week. We waited in a queue only to be told that the tidepool walk was ...
there's something quite remarkable about misty rain & jagged rocks ...