Peacock House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sign and was tucked away down a dirt road in the woods. The parking lot was just a clearing in the trees and the small stone bungalow was almost buried in the bushes. We walked into the miniscule tasting room and were rudely addressed by the owner saying she was busy and we would have to wait. We waited a little bit (long enough to Yelp the next closest winery, Catherine Hill) and left that place in the dust.
Catherine Hill was only a ...
... eventually limited his visits to Campobello, his love of the island and his long associations with its people left a lasting impression. After he became President, FDR returned to his summer home for three brief visits: in 1933, 1936, and 1939. Eleanor returned with the children and two of her friends in the summer of 1925 and ...
... from the Lighthouse Museum was handling the B & B duties. We were thrilled to stay in the nautically themed apartment, The Yeaton. After dinner and a nightcap of Rummy, we slept comfortably. Lulled into dreamland by the gentle sounds of Maine's howling winds and crashing waves.
The next morning, we were up early to witness the sunrise at West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. ...
I'm writing this from Lubec, Maine, the eastern most town in the continental US. It was a short drive this morning from Calais down to Lubec. Just about an hour. Karen wanted to visit Campobello Island and see the Roosevelt's cottage. This is where FDR spent his summers as a child and later as an adult. Later on Eleanor Roosevelt spent much of her time here as well. Although on Canadian soil, this is the only jointly managed ...
... we'd be stuck in Canada. (Not that that's such a bad thing).
Michelle got a stamp for her own country in her passport. Not sure why.
We asked about Acadia National park and if it was open. They said no and that people were still going in and getting arrested for trespassing on federal land. Might give that a miss then.
The guy doing my passport asked the usual questions and I gave the usual ******** answers. He ...