Inn on the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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A trip to the Maine coast would not be complete without seeing a lighthouse. To insure we could properly answer the question, "Have you seen a Maine lighthouse yet?", we saw our first lighthouse 10 miles after crossing the New Hampshire/Maine border; the Cape Neddick lighthouse. Not to be upstaged, the next stop on our Southern Maine Coastal journey took us past the Bush Compound at Walker's Point in Kennebunkport. Feeling sheepish, we figured we ...
... and hanging out in my BandB/motel/cabin by myself, and I have thoroughly enjoyed myself! Now, don't get me wrong, I love my friends, Art is a fabulous partner and companion and boyfriend, and I love my children more than life itself, and I adore spending time with all my loved ones. Sharing time with others is wonderful, and yet it is different. So while that man may view solitude as a sad, sorry existence that we only choose out of last resort, ...
... miles. The summit was packed with people. From space it probably resembled an ant hill with hundreds of people milling around everywhere. I had never seen this many people at the top of Cadillac in all my years going to the park, a fact dad would repeat numerous times throughout the day as the rest of the park was equally packed with hundreds of improvised parking spots along the entire park loop road including the Jordan Pond, ...
... and then headed to Stonington for their "Flash-in-the-Pans" steel drums dance...which we unfortunately only got there in time to see the final song. To end the evening we drove to a pier just on Deer-Isle and lay on it watching the stars which was amazing. You could see the Milky Way and more stars than you could ever imagine you could see. There was also algae in the water which, when ...
... huge. Do they park out in the sea and ship them in?!) so there were more people at the amenities but not on the trails. They get off the bus at the parking lots and take a quick peek and get right back on. Back for a warm up coffee and cookie at the inn and then go out for a yoga class - this one is much more normal. Very enjoyable. Back for the tail end chat at cheese and wine - Marion who runs ...