Manor House Inn
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... Yelp we headed above half a mile down the road for some fresh lobster in a shanty shack that specialised in lobster, mussels, clams, corn and blueberry pie.....blueberries being only one of 3 berries native to North America and they grow everywhere in this area.
After getting used to the shell cracker we managed to get some of the juicy meat into our mouths and all over our bibs. This was super fresh meat and the blueberry pie was to die ...
... our search. The road to get there was narrow, curvy and full of hills. But, Tommy took us there with ease. He is a fantastic driver along these difficult roads! The rock church, known by the locals as the "chapel", overlooks the most beautiful rocky point. People were sitting out on the huge rocks that sloped off into the ocean while children played in the freezing water along the edge. Funny how my memory of the church was much bigger. No ...
... which by this time if day is partly covered by the retractable roof, so It wasn't as cold as on the deck. I got my tea inside from the tea man and took it out by the pool to sit and read while I drank. I finished my first cup, then shortly after one of the servers comes by and offered to get me another. Yes please. ( the cups here are significantly smaller then I am used to. I'm tempted to get the hot water put in my travel mug.) After I ...
... several large houses along the path, which are mostly hidden with fences and shrubs.
At this point, the wind picked up considerably and the temperature dropped. I decided it was time to head back to the Village Green to catch a bus back to the Visitor Center and my warm car! I checked in with the helpful staff at the information desk about the best place to view the sunset. The lady recommended the lookout ...
... do it in the first time span and we both managed it.)
The National Park provides free propane buses for the park and Bar Harbor so we hopped on one of these for an evening "pub crawl." The bus dropped us at the village square and we started out at the harbor at “Paddy’s Irish Pub” where we had lobster crab cheese dip (and beer.) It was fun to people watch as the cruise ships had dumped ...