Ellenberger's Guest House

154 Port Road , Kennebunk, Maine, 04043, United States | B&B
 

Travel Blogs from Kennebunk

Maine to Atlanta (and beyond!)

A travel blog entry by jeanpaulj

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"Ladies and Gentlemen, Delta flight 2032 with nonstop service to Atlanta is now ready for pre-boarding at gate 8. At this time, we would like to invite passengers in need of assistance to step forward to the gate. Welcome on board."

Standing outside gate 8, waiting to board my MD-88 to Atlanta, it suddenly dawned on me what I was getting myself into. Yes, I have been thinking about the upcoming five weeks for a very long time indeed, but it's only just before you jump ...

New England Coastal Tour

A travel blog entry by gbaillie

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... main industries back then were lumber, farming and fishing (including whaling). Unlike Boston, most of the houses are made of wood. Today the fishing remains while tourism has taken over from farming and lumber, there are whale watching tours rather than whale hunting. All the way up the coast there are areas of salt water marsh which is where the shellfish and lobster spawn. These marshes are protected as without them the clam and lobster industry would not survive. Clam ...

Rain and Lobsters

A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob

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... staying in the rooms; Portland is a beautiful town, I see the appeal for living in this area, Barbara's home is gorgeous; the Silsby siblings miss Margaret and Bill, it is good to see everyone again but in the limited time the conversations are light. Last thought of the day is to push the INSTAGRAM APP on my siblings this weekend..would be great to share experiences outside of the times we get ...

Further adventures of CoB and MoB

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... And we did not have to light the Barbie and struggle with coals and starter!! Vacations can be exhausting!!The next day, we were up bright and early and headed into the big city - Boston. We took a train called the Downeaster; the trip lasted about two and a half hours. It was nice and relaxing not to have to drive, not having to face the traffic congestion in Boston, and not having to find a place to park. Once in the city, we went to ...

At Kathryn's in Maine

A travel blog entry by barbarabean

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  • A short trip to Kennebunk. Kathryn and I had our traditional lunch at The Ramp in Cape Porpose. I had Portuguese style mussels and they were great as always. Wednesday, a trip to Freeburg to clean and rearrange the book shelves. (Sneeze, sneeze). Thursday, stopped for paint chips and back to ...

 

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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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