Open Hearth Inn
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... home style place that serves big portions of good food for a decent price. For a Thursday evening, the place was busy. Since the weather was kinda cool and showing signs of rain, we opted to eat inside. So, we had a about a 5 minute wait to be seated – not bad. Shirley ordered their lobstah and french fries special for $10.99, and I ordered their lobstah roll with lobstah stew. Good eats and cold ...
... in Bar Harbor, a "Dam" ship, one of Holland America's, the Marsdam, I believe.
We arrived in Bar Harbor at the same time tours buses were unloading to get people back to the ...
Time to leave Camden and head out to Bar Harbor - look at the map and decide to take a convoluted route out south. Drive Route 1 to Belfast and Bucksport having a quick look route Belfast, a small town on the river. At Bucksport visit the Fort Knox fort - when I was buying my ticket she asked if I wanted a ticket to the observatory. I had no idea what it was and Lonely Planet only mention it as the ...
... when George B. Dorr was disturbed by the growing development of the Bar Harbor area. He started the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations, a corporation whose sole purpose was to preserve land for the perpetual use of the public. The corporation acquired 6,000 acres by 1913 and offered the land to the federal government. In 1916 President Wilson announced the creation ...
... already every Manhattan bridge, pier and waterfront is searched daily by divers looking for explosives in waters so putrid they can neither see nor expose their skin. The NYPD is now involved in counter terrorism and intelligence. There are 1700 cameras monitored by algorithms.
But we haven’t yet checked that Irene hasn’t destroyed our waterfront camp opposite the Statue of Liberty, better give them a call ...