Englishman'S Bed And Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... near Jordon Pond, got slightly lost and decided they were best left to those on bicycles and a decent map.
We then drove our monster truck to the top of Cadillac Mountain and enjoyed the perimeter “Summit” trail which offers panoramic views of Bar Harbor, Frenchman Bay and out islands. Amazing! The video makes it sound much windier that it was. It was an awesome place for a picnic.
We were forewarned by our host, that Bar Harbor ...
The next morning brought a slight break in the rain and the prospect of finally reaching Acadia National Park. With rain in the forecast for the evening, we were relieved to arrive to our campsite before the storms set in for the night. Being on the Maine coast we had decided that we were going to splurge one night and go out for a Lobster Dinner. Still wet and cold from the night before and seeing rain in the forecast for the evening, ...
... coves and inlets and harbors tucked in here and there that were nice to see. I took the short walk to a view of Bass Harbor Lighthouse, which was pretty to see on the rocky Maine coast. Then I found a nice trail called Ship Harbor, and it followed the shore of a small inlet and loops back through the Maine forest. It was a beautiful hike! When I reached the point where the ocean enters the harbor, I just sat for awhile on the rocky coast. ...
What a beautiful part of America! When we arrived in Bar Harbour in the Acadia National Park, Julie first pointed out this really nice harbour side hotel that looked amazing. We pulled up and then she went to checked up in. But she then comes back. Turns out we were in the much smaller, not so nice place across the road. But oh well. We walked down to dinner and had seafood beside the harbour. This was the second time I had tried seafood ...
... long story short, it was too difficult, long and costly to undertake that.
Realising that we needed some time and space to think, we checked into a local motel and Steffie and I did some brainstorming. We couldn’t sell the car in the US and we still had 6 weeks left on the trip. That was too long to just sell the car immediately and get a rental car, plus Steffi was leaving from New York in 2 weeks’ time. The solution was very round the bush, ...