Squire Tarbox

Address: 1181 Main Road, Wiscasset, Maine, 04578, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1181 Main Road, Wiscasset, is near Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Marine Resources Aquarium, Southport Island, and Georgetown Pottery.
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      On to the USA

      A travel blog entry by klbrown on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... they will look up your ancestors to see if they arrived on a boat at Pier 21 and the database provides the details of their crossing including what they brought. We took advantage of doing some research on our family history while we were there and plan to follow up on. You can do your family too by sending an online request. We drove to Moncton and parked at the accommodating Moncton Casino ...

      Maine

      A travel blog entry by apw37 on Oct 17, 2014

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      We spent a relaxed morning looking out to sea and reading. We explored the local area, stopping at Popham Beach. A beautiful beach which was exactly how we both pictured Maine. We had lunch by the river at Bath, a small ship builder town. We then explored further up the coast to Boothbay. Another relaxed evening at the resort, including some games like ping pong and shuffle board at the ...

      Jackson to Maine

      A travel blog entry by apw37 on Oct 16, 2014

      We left Jackson, heading East crossing from New Hampshire to Maine. A huge state, which is bigger than the five other states together. We drove past Sebago Lake and then onto Portland where Michelle sampled the local lobster. Lobster is huge here and a massive part of the local economy. ...

      Touring Maine

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 29, 2014

      ... Maine! We wandered around for almost an hour before almost collapsing from low blood sugar levels. It was definitely lunch time. We wandered the streets of Freeport until we found Isabella's Sticky Buns Cafe & Bakery (http://www.yelp.com/biz/isabellas-stic ky-buns-cafe-and-bakery-freeport). The food was surprisingly satisfying (though at that moment, I think just about anything edible would have tasted like cake). Back on the road, we had about a 20 minute drive to ...

      Learn About Maine's History

      A travel blog entry by tah101fall2012 on Dec 01, 2012

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... they relied on. The exhibit included a replica of the Lion Locomotive to represent the railroad industry Maine once had. Also inside the exhibit is a 3/16 to 1’ scale model of the St. Mary Ship. The St. Mary ship was built in Phippsburg and was launched in 1890. The cost to build the St. Mary was $120,000 and was the next-to-last wooden square-rigged ship built in the U.S. The exhibit also featured the River Driving industry, lobstering, the Blueberry ...