The 123

Address: 123 Long Sands Road, York Beach, Maine, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 123 Long Sands Road, York Beach, is near Old Gaol, John Hancock Wharf & Warehouse, Jefferds' Tavern, and Emerson-Wilcox House.
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Travel Blogs from York Beach

Rainy start

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jul 26, 2015

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Rain was on the agenda this morning. Walking around in the rain was not a good idea, so we waited it out. By 11A the skies were just cloudy, so we put on our walking shoes and took off. A new route this morning brought us to the front of the homes that we see on Marginal Way. Sometimes the back of the homes are more impressive than the front! ...

Great Day in Ogunquit

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jul 25, 2015

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... so we grabbed a turkey grinder and a big molasses cookie to share. We brought this back to our room where we could take our shoes off and rest our weary feet.

Late afternoon we decided to find a pizza restaurant and we found Roberto's. In all the years we have been coming to Ogunquit we never have eaten there, so we give the pizza area of the ...

The Three Yorks

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Sep 01, 2011

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... had a super cute dog wondering in and out of the gallery.

When we finished up in York Village we headed to York Beach where were able to get a parking spot right on the beach. We walked down to the water and dipped our toes in the water. After checking out the beach some we headed back to the RV to put together lunches that we could eat on the beach. Jared got out our chairs and set them up on the beach ...

Excuse me, but how do you eat this contraption?!

A travel blog entry by baseballkt on Jun 22, 2011

... with directions, probably just for dumb Midwesterners like us! So per the directions, I started with the claws. The meat in the claws comes out surprisingly clean and its consistency is unlike anything else. It tastes like crab, but its consistency is almost like a very tender chicken, kind of a spongy texture. I also learned why in the Midwest we mostly only get lobster tail-it’s the best meat, easiest to transport, and has the most meat. Overall, ...

Apres Wedding

A travel blog entry by raycrockett on Oct 03, 2010

2 comments, 11 photos

... trains transiting the Manhattan Bridge. When Kris and Tamara exchanged vows there wasn’t a dry eye in Brooklyn.

The good times continued across the river at the Bridge Café, allegedly New York’s oldest eating and drinking establishment still in operation – dating back to 1794. The Bridge has been at various times a tavern, restaurant, boarding house and brothel. The wedding guests enjoyed a great ...

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