Inn on the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... that the park was closed stop them from enjoying their vacations. We thought the closure was going to ruin our trip, but ended up only adding to the experience. Being a smaller National Park, most people spend most of their time driving around the perimeter of Acadia. Instead of fighting traffic and spending the day worried about finding a parking spot people were forced out of their cars and given a topic of mutual distaste to bond and converse ...
... more. The crew certainly knows a lot about whales because they provided useful information. I thoroughly enjoyed the cruise and learning about the whales because they are truly magnificent creatures. When we finished the cruise, we returned to Bar Harbor. We were all hungry, so we found a cafe, sat down and had coffee. We finished the coffee, left the restaurant and continued on our journey. Bar Harbor has roads that you can go on to ...
... 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 ...
... but that has not made its way here yet. Some Bar Harbor technology entrepreneur will be rich some dsy. We stared out down into the Park. It is wonderful and fascinating. Much more than you can see in two days. In fact the portion that is traveled by Auto is really only about a third of the park land. We only made it halfway around the circle with brief stops at Thunder Hole and some other stops for some rock climbing and picture taking. We drove back to ...
... heading back to meet our group for a typical Maine dinner: lobster! Some members of our group bought lobster for the first time ("when in Maine...") but hadn't quite realised what they were in for: Lorna's disgusted face as she dissected her lobster was absolutely priceless!
That night, as we slept soundly in our tents, we were interrupted by a ...