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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it rises 7 metres during high tide and the beach disappears. We saw lots of people collecting clams and walking their dogs during the low tide and it was quiet and deserted during high tide. We took advantage of the area and relaxed all day. It was Sunday so we watched the football game of course and listened to some radio. We made a great Veggie stew for supper as we knew we couldn't take ...
... the long way, down Route 1, to Ellsworth. This would complete the final section of the coastal trail of Maine that we had yet to travel on. In hindsight, I am SO glad we did because of all of the hidden gems we discovered.
The first hiddem gem presented itself to us just in the knick of time. Mark and I had surpassed the stage "Hangry" and were hardly speaking to each other to conserve energy. We were almost to the point of hunger ...
... has a bridge from the US side. Well, we are already going to Campobello today, why not add on East Quoddy, too? So off we ventured at 6:15 am! The temperature in our car said 30 degrees farenheit and there were blankets of fog covering the valleys and rivers as we drove north. We passed the Canadian border with ease and drove across the FDR International Bridge which offered sweeping views of Maine, Canada and the Passamaquoddy River. Once ...
... but you can't get there without swimming or by boat. Regardless, we have now been to the most northeast, northwest, and southwest corners of CONUS. And hopefully, we will be at the most southeast corner (Key West) in a couple of months. We then drove back to Lubec and drove around the town (took about 10 minutes), took a picture of the Mulholland Point lighthouse, watched a couple of seals, and then headed back to the coach to watch the ...
... with him again for quite some time, learning a lot about the history of the area. These New Englanders are sure friendly. Tomorrow is a landmark day for us. We turn west and start our journey home. We have given ourselves until the 15th to get home, so we're not hurrying by any means. We'll see how it goes as we get closer to home. There is still so much to see, but you never know strong that urge to get home may get. Until tomorrow, ...