Ivy Manor Inn
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... the passports, took them into the terminal to stamp / process them, and then gave them back to Brendan through the front window... we could've had anyone in the van. Obviously far more trusting in Canada ;)
We couldn't check into the hotel until around 3pm, so we went straight to the National Park for a hike. Aside from the cities, we have noticed that it is possibly the busiest place ...
... at the top of Rodick Street. The service was great; the food was fantabulous! For an appetizer we shared the crab-stuffed mushrooms, sooo delicious. For our entree, I had the Spinach and Crab Stuffed Pasta…the most delicious I have ever tasted… and although Karl gobbled up the Fig and Gorganzola stuffed pasta, he did share a small bit with me. WOW! A bit pricey as are all the restaurants in Bar Harbor but this one is well worth it. Highly recommended – 5/5!
... a couple of the Bar Harbor hot food spots later on. Before you reach Bar Harbor, you will see the signs for Acadia National Park. There will be signs indicating to head towards the park and will direct you to an entry at the guard station where you will pay an entrance fee (see below link). The fee is $20 for a car and is good for seven days. If a person enters by foot or by bike, the fee is less than that. It is $5 whether you are ...
... look like I have no control over my bladder.
We continue our journey, heated seats ramped up to full to help dry my wet seat and my wet bottom. I am now sitting in a pool of luke-warm water instead. Still, by the time we take a detour down to Boothbay Harbor, I have dried out considerably.
We have a welcome hot drink in the Red Coffee House – no unfortunate spillages this time around – and an ...
... we saw a deer on the side – no hunting of deer, so they are now in overabundance along with the coyote.
Maine lobster is apparently extra good due the cold waters of the Atlantic that has more oxygen, making it tastier. We called at an oceanarium and had a talk and display by an old lobster fisherman who had a fantastic humour and really kept ...