Inn at Bath
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... for its oysters, we were happy to let our server recommend a variety from different farms in nearby Damariscotta Bay. We sampled four varieties and were surprised to notice different sizes and flavors. Our oyster palates were becoming informed! We continued to dine on a variety of small plates: yellowfin tuna crudo was a favorite, but then there was halibut tartare and torn Maine scallops. The real treat, though, was the Eventide lobster roll: it's served ...
It was time to hit the road and, with many destinations with a couple of hours driving, we decided to make two separate day trips of our visits to Bath and Brunswick and then to Augusta, the state capitol, and Freeport, the shopping mecca of Maine.
Brunswick and Bath are more like suburbs of Portland, just 30 miles up the coast. However, with winding roads and a desire to meander rather than travel the highways, it took us an hour to reach Bath. Marette and ...
... Toss it with mayo or drizzle it with browned butter or carefully browned butter. Serve it on a hot dog bun or a warm, steamed bun. Kick it up a notch and serve it as a lobster BLT: oh, the bacon is amazing, but that was down the road a bit! So wait for that review.
Our first lobstah roll was consumed (inhaled) at The Lobster Shack at Cape Elizabeth. Oh my, yes it was wonderful and sweet and ...
... by the tony West Prom, where grand homes built by industrialists in the late 1800s grace the hillside, and the East Prom, where gentrification is noticeable along a gracious greenbelt park.
The town is chock full of shops offering a range of made-in-Maine fashions, home décor, foods, and souvenirs. And then there are the restaurants: Maine boasts more restaurants per capita than any other state! And there ...
... Of course a lobster, some salmon and swordfish, a bag of big clams, half a dozen scollops and some giant prawns!
While they steamed our fresh lobster for us, we took a quick stroll around the centre of town. To be honest, it's not the prettiest of places, but there were some interesting restaurants and shops to look at. Having missed out on gelato in Sicily, Nay had been craving some ever since, ...