The Brewster Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1073;ыло и специ 72;льно) приех 72;л в самый сезон, но толпы прост 86; совер 96;енно невын ...
... things, we went to Giacomo's for their "all you can eat" soup special. Afterwards we wandered around a few shops downtown and discovered that Shiner has made its debut in Bangor! (We bought a case for later.) We also stumbled upon a store that has wine making classes and had we known this 6 weeks earlier, we would definitely have signed up on the spot to make a barrel. >sigh< we will just have to try ...
Well, folks, this is it: our last month in Maine. Summer ended as abruptly as a roller coaster ride at the state fair, but just because I now have to wear pants and close-toed shoes doesn't mean the fun has a stop; winter is coming but it's not here yet. Leaves are falling and the unmistakable breeze marked by Fall has picked up. Temperatures at night drop into the 40s and our windows are closed by sundown. ...
... we rocked it! Fluffy was essentially an 8ft drop behind a boulder where you have to drop into the center of the boat and cling on to one another for dear life. At which point, your guide will spin the boat around and you'll "surf" the drop. We surfed it twice (and the whole video was caught by some guy flying a drone!). Another group flipped and, like the rescue crew we'd become, saved some more paddles and people. We had a 25 minute period where we could roll out of ...
... Newport in Narragansett Bay. We drove the entire perimeter of the island on a road that connects one seaside mansion after another, most of weathered cedar shakes, some visible from the road but many hidden behind gates and trees and over hills, secluded from public view. And if Jamestown was grand, Newport was even grander. Newport was more densely populated and in some areas, quite commercial. In the center of town, along narrow ...