Snow Squall Bed and Breakfast

Address: 5 Bradford Road, Wiscasset, Maine, 04578, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 5 Bradford Road, Wiscasset, is near Castle Tucker, Oven's Mouth Preserve, Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway, and Cod Cove Antiques.
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      On to the USA

      A travel blog entry by klbrown on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... it ended up costing us in lost gambling money anyways. The food was good at the buffet. We drove to the Bay of Fundy Hopewell Rocks which had closed for the season but we were still able to hike in to view the highest tide in the world. Impressive! From there the coastal route along Hwy 114 to Saint John and it was a crummy road under construction. In Saint John we parked at the Walmart overnite ...

      Maine

      A travel blog entry by apw37 on Oct 17, 2014

      4 photos

      We spent a relaxed morning looking out to sea and reading. We explored the local area, stopping at Popham Beach. A beautiful beach which was exactly how we both pictured Maine. We had lunch by the river at Bath, a small ship builder town. We then explored further up the coast to Boothbay. Another relaxed evening at the resort, including some games like ping pong and shuffle board at the ...

      Jackson to Maine

      A travel blog entry by apw37 on Oct 16, 2014

      We left Jackson, heading East crossing from New Hampshire to Maine. A huge state, which is bigger than the five other states together. We drove past Sebago Lake and then onto Portland where Michelle sampled the local lobster. Lobster is huge here and a massive part of the local economy. ...

      Wayne, Maine

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Oct 10, 2014

      19 photos

      ... meeting some of Meg's friends whilst eating rare roast beef and drinking pumpkin beer in the sports hall that was transformed into a dining hall for the auction. Being at the school was a double bonus for me as I had volunteered there in the Athletic Training room 10 years ago. It had pretty much stayed the same and brought back fond memories. After a fun first catch-up night we all headed to Wayne to 'camp' (house on the ...

      Camp Life in Maine USA

      A travel blog entry by carlietravels on Aug 13, 2012

      ... thinking of going to do something like Camp America or Wild Packs, I highly recommend it. You not only get to see some fantastic places and earn money whilst seeing them, you also make so many new life long friends, which after two weeks you can call family for the rest of your time there.
      Don't get me wrong it is really hard work living with ten children in a small cabin and getting woken up at 7am to wake, dress and feed your kids and then teaching activities ...