Inn at Bay Ledge
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... class to see what delicious cocktails we were going to make. They were all good although I wasn’t overboard about the Peartini – pear infused vodka with amaretto. And then of course it was Happy Hour in Oceans Bar so along there for a glass of wine and met up with Wally and Maureen and caught up with their news for the day.
As some of you would know I was hatching a cold before I even left Australia – well it ...
Had a nice breakfast and visit with Nimah before we left Boston. Lora left for school early so I missed her. Will catch up next weekend. The drive time to Bar Harbor is around 5 hours, but we stopped in Freeport Maine at the LL Bean Outlet store and lunch. They also had a huge complex of ...
... some fresh air and sunshine while Clay read and worked on learning the material for his upcoming insurance license exam. Tommy spent time working on State Farm work on his computer, so we were all being productive.
After making lunch, we took showers and caught the shuttle that picks up at the campground and goes into Acadia National Park. We had to switch shuttles in the village, and that ...
... a permit required); and Duck Harbor (May 15 – October 15). Click here for more information on campgrounds.
One of the best attractions in the park is the drive along the Park Loop Road (open from April 15 – November 30). The view is one of the most amazing I have ever seen. Stopping the car and looking out over the ocean is breathtaking. It was so fun to stop the car and walk out on the rocks that look out over ...
... one from the top was a thrilling experience!
From there, we went to Bar Harbor and checked in at the Central House, which has been welcoming guests since 1887! Delightfully comfortable and nicely updated, it was a good home base for our night without the "home"!
Once we were checked in, we took off for our first look at Acadia National Park, a beautiful, rugged national park.