Mermaid'S Purse Farm B&B And Las Sirenas Gallery

50 Lighthouse Point Road, Prospect Harbor, Maine, 4669, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Prospect Harbor

All good things must come to an end...

A travel blog entry by debdewalt


... back on Eastern standard time. What I know I have learned, or at least been reminded of

…travel is a wonderful opportunity to keep our minds and attitudes open. The shear pleasure and excitement of living amongst cultures and people that are unlike our norm is something that we should all do as often as possible.
…. that I have just calllenged myself physically, emotionally and socially and I ...

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen


... walked around to some stores and then waited in the park with Nash.

When we got back to the campground we made a quick dinner of burgers, sausage and potatoes on the grill. We wanted to hurry up and get dinner done so that we could have over to play mini golf at Pirate’s Cove before they closed for the night. We had a great game and Jim won with a 43, Jared and I tied with a 45, and Sharon brought up the rear with a 51. At the end of the game when ...

A beautiful town

A travel blog entry by jamessteel


... I've a thing for bathrooms. The whole vibe of the place was very warm and welcoming with a very homely feel. Plus the landlady was so nice. Most of the people we met in Maine were really friendly and relaxed and this contributed so much to our entire trip. Heading out that evening for dinner we decided to try a real Maine lobster restaurant and found the Poor Boys Gourmet. The food was nice but the beer was better as I discovered Samuel Adams from Boston for ...

In My Footsteps: Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund

... in 1916 because of the house that Mr. Dorr built near the Sieur de Monts Spring in 1909. It was then known as Lafayette National Park in 1919 before the name Acadia National Park was given to the area in 1929.With more than 47,000 acres of preserved land it is impossible to see all that Acadia has to offer ...

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by mefox13


... I liked. After taking my shots, I quickly made my way back across the rocks and up to the trail before darkness set in. Those rocks would not have been the best place to spend the night.

My next stop was to find some dinner. My plan had been to find a lobster shack, but after three strikes of driving to restaurants and finding them closed for the season, I decided to throw in the towel on that. I'm pretty sure lobster ...


This B&B, located on 50 Lighthouse Point Road, Prospect Harbor, is near Bartlett Maine Estate Winery, Grindstone Neck of Maine, and Ardea EcoExpeditions.
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