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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... waters beyond.
Of course, we made an adventure of driving 240 miles from Portland.Although we left earlier than our usual 11 a.m. departures for town sightseeing, we didn't reach our destination until late afternoon. No worries, the sun was still high in the clear blue sky and the waters of the Bay of Fundy looked very calm.
The chosen route took us Bangor (where Stephen King is the local celebrity), before heading off the highway ...
... picnic tables on the lawn; there was a fence protecting people from falling off the edge, and the place had clearly been prepped for the American tourist. Nonetheless, the lighthouse was beautiful and magestic and had a long history of helping sailors through the fog. The day was only getting chillier, so we didn't stay long.
We were hoping to stop for lunch in town, but the place we were interested in had burned down, so we decided ...
... our whistles for a glimpse into this coastal village and the MacBride family history.
Bob MacBride wrote: "I lived in Lubec near the top of the hill in the town until I went to college. I had a 17 mile radius for riding my bike, wore a hunting knife to school almost every day, and many brought their rifles to school in high school during hunting season. There were ...
... 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 ...
... She talked our war off for almost a half hour. Then there is the motel owner, Brian. Brian gave us more information about the area than we could even use. Then there is the gentleman we met at the motel, we never got his name. He to was very informative as to where to eat in town. We ran into him again in the parking lot of the lighthouse/trailhead. He had ridden his bike the 4 miles out the the lighthouse for exercise. ...