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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... made the food wonderfully delicious.
After a quick stop at the farmers market and a stop at home for a bite of breakfast, we took off for our Sunday outing. We decided on a loop hike that connected three trails, taking us from the sea cliffs up to a small fresh water lake surrounded by mountains, through a forested trail and up to the top of Gorham Mountain. This was one of the most interesting trails we have ever been on. Much of the trail is actually ...
... was OK but definitely not great. This continued into the main course as Karl's pork chop was overcooked, his potato's were cold and my Chick Pea Curry dish over cauliflower - boiled and crumbled - was tasteless. I actually sent it back – something I never do. I had the mixed salad instead and it was again OK but nothing to write home about. We went away disappointed and certainly did not get the value that we paid for the meal as it is a pricey place. To their credit they did ...
... where you will pass many great lobster pounds and seafood restaurants. When you see these great places to eat, you will know that you are getting close. It is a must to eat a lobster before you leave Maine, after all Maine has the best tasting lobster.
If your windows are open as you cross over onto Mount Desert Island, you can smell the clam-flats, which is not necessarily the most appealing smell. I liked smelling it ...
... to sleep so late and miss the best of the morning sunshine? We open the curtain – we have indeed missed the morning sunshine. In fact, it is grey, drizzly and pouring with rain. Have we been transported back to England overnight? The inclement weather was in fact as forecast so we begrudgingly pack away our short-sleeves and sunglasses and unpack the rain macs and woolly hats.
After a quick stop for ...
... National Park (47,000 acres). 10,000 island population that swells to 2.5 million with visitors to the famous park. In 1947 a fire devastated the park and also burnt many large houses in the township (1/3 of the island burnt) and many of these were not rebuilt, being replaced with accommodation units. It is very evident in the park where they managed to ...