The Crocker House Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Hancock
... Hole and Cadillac Mountain - the sites and sounds were so amazing and fun that my heart was going to burst!
Isabel - Today was awesome! First, we went to the actual seawall at the campground and clambered on rocks (and got a touch wet). Then we went to the beach. It was the BEST! We rode waves, climbed rocks and enjoyed the company. I loved it. Next it was Thunder ...
... is tricky and not so much fun. It is tiiiiiiight, no where to park, no where to turn around, so we kept going. We ended up doing another circle through another part of Acadia. We decided we would find a camp ground first, then figure out a means to return to town. It was a great surprise to find out that there is a bus system - free - that makes regular circuits to all the campgrounds and many ...
... days in the state of Maine, with only one day of rain, last night we thought it was raining, but it was pine needles pounding on the roof of the RV. Pretty cool to see the ground, the little red car and our RV covered in pine needles.
As we pulled onto the highway to make our way to our next destination, NEW HAMPSHIRE, the pine needles were spraying the highway. Well, eat my pine ...
... Just had to say. Since I “just had to say on Randi”, it’s only fair that I have to tell on me. When we were getting ready to leave, I loaded the rig, I was very organized and even made a list of where I put things. But from the start we couldn’t find where I put the lids for the two sauce pans that I took, until now (which is two months into the journey), Randi found them in the stove! It sure is nice to have a lid on the ...
... little place called This Way Cafe. Great food and another great local beer brewed right on the island. But the best part of the meal was the appetizer called "Alittlebit". It had everything Dave loves, roasted garlic and red pepper, olive tapenade all on hot cast iron plate covered in melted asiago cheese. They give you toasted Italian bread and you scrap all that good stuff together and built a perfect bite. It was unique and delicious! After that ...