The Fiddlehead Inn

Address: 5 East Summer St, Brewer, Maine, 04412, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5 East Summer St, Brewer, is near Paul Bunyan Statue, Cole Land Transportation Museum, and Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
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      Heading Out Again

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 16, 2015


      ... but why limit oneself to what is known? There will be new customs, new languages, new cultures, new people to meet and get to know; maybe in one (or two or three) of these places we will find some place else on earth that calls to us, somewhere we'd prefer to live. Exploring and traveling through the world is exciting, colorful, educational, fun, plus it will give me more countries to put on my list, on my way to reaching 100. Just about halfway there. ...

      Happy Birthday, Mark!

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      What a great adventure!

      A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Aug 26, 2014

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... 35 miles South, Cushing's Customs. We arrived at Cushing's Custom bike shop....good news, it is only the Voltage regulator going bad. Bad news....2 new tires - tires are expensive when you have to pay labor to have the tires taken off the bike! But we are back on the road and ended up in Madison Maine, at Jolly Campsites...met A guy named Jim, his wife Ann, and their daughter Christina. We chatted for a good bit, then said good evening for I could get a few things ...

      Pilgrims, then pilgrims' progress

      A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Jul 30, 2014

      11 photos

      ... we will find there (basically a Wampoag Indian village, a Pilgrim village, and an arts and crafts center (which is currently located in the Visitor's Center). The film has a very interesting take on the relationship between the Indians and the settlers, and the different points of view of the two groups. It also explained how the exhibits work: the enactors in the Wampoag village are all Wampoag Indians, and ...


      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 21, 2014


      ... social experience as well as a respite from the city, even though our cities here have none of the stress and congestion, noise and worry that can be found in more populated areas.

      Here is one funny story about our initiation into living in the central Maine area. After leaving our first 4th of July fireworks display held over the Penobscot River in Bangor, we expected a traffic jam from all the cars leaving the parking areas at the ...