Edwards' Harborside Inn
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... at the border crossing to find out where the first campground was. (It was about a mile away with all the turns.)
Right after setting up camp Mike took the dogs for a little stroll. He returned just minutes later, soaked! I don't remember ever seeing it rain so hard so fast! There was even some more hail in it!
We are supposed to have snow/hail all night. Amazing!
... Egyptian Museum, also next to the hostel where I'll be staying in Cairo.
Ah, well. This is January. I won't be there until April. Plenty of time for them to sort things out.
Still, it's hard not to take this personally. Mubarak's been in power for thirty years, and they pick now to stage riots? Gimme a ...
... is good It has been in the family for 9 generations see http://kennebunkbeachmaine.com/seasidei nn/oceanfront-inn/history/ It is right on the beach.
The main part of Kennebunkport itself is very pretty with nice shops and restaurant but it really the coastline that is the attraction. Lots of lighthouses, beaches and villages to visit both north and south.
Maine is also the home of lobster and clams. Tried the clams which were OK but missed the lobster as they are ...
... at a busy roadside drive in, we decide to drive on to Kennebunkport where we find loads of tourists wandering around like sailors after a long sea voyage. OK, enough of that, off to Vermont but wait, just one more stop at the Rachael Carson Nature Preserve where a peaceful walk through the colorful saltwater marsh was just the antidote for too many tourists in a small town.
At last we ...
... new – Freeport was obviously a "shopping destination" with ye olde clapboard Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie and Fitch and Cole Haan outlet stores. Bath, Brunswick and Portland were larger and slightly grittier with busy docks and fishing ports as well as the picturesque “maritime heritage” that all these towns have – Camden had a harbourful of tall ships.
Our stop for the night, Portsmouth New Hampshire, is also still ...