The Wakefield Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the shops and decided since we had hit our 5 mile status, that we could enjoy a lunch! We went to our usual place, Arundel Wharf, and had our Pino while enjoying sun and scene.
This time I remembered to take pictures of our lunch, cheeseburgers, no fries for me though.
As we walked out of the restaurant area, there was a ...
... We walked by many inns and did not realize how many are in this area.
A great restaurant, totally informal, is Mabel's Claws. We have not had the opportunity to dine there yet, but we are told it has fantastic lobster.
Another place of interest is The Colony. It is a huge inn, spacious grounds, and lovely gardens.
We were so happy last night we got back when we did. The lightening and thunder and the pouring rain made for a difficult walk if you had chosen not to take a car.
The King'sport Inn serves a mini breakfast from homemade waffles, yogurt, fruit, toast of various breads, cereal. It is a nice room to sit ...
... Maryellen and Wayne enjoyed lobster rolls for lunch and we all had clam chowder. Bummed around some shops then had a late dinner at Ryan's Irish pub. A great day was had by all. P.S. Happy Birthday Dave, Jr.! You're a great kid and I'm lucky to have you! Second night there we had fresh off the boat steamed lobsters delivered to our campsite...David had leftover pasta because he hates ...
Today started off in Madawaska ME with more rain, The Best Western in Edmundston Canada was very nice. The General Manager Marc took nearly $80 off my bill when I told him what I was doing with The ONE Ride. Thank you Marc. Crossing the Canadian border in the rain, again, the US customs agent gave me a great tip. I would be a mile from the very beginning of US ...