The Willows on Bass Harbor

Rt. 102A , Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor

Dorr Mountain and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily on Jul 14, 2013

... for dinner. The lobster pot is on and we are just waiting for it to come to a boil. I told Robb that one night I want to throw potatoes in foil in the pit, steak on the grill, and more lobster. Have to do the whole surf-n-turf!

Mosquitos are in abundance here for sure. We stocked up on Repel with 40% deet and it is really effective.

Time to sign off and help Robb pack for tomorrow.

Maine, lobster... Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by omilders on Aug 29, 2012

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... was going to be it. I prepaid, so there was no way we were going to change. But after we returned from the Bar Harbor we decided that the place was actually very nice. Modest but nice. I was completely wasted after having spent a night with almost no sleep, and with earplugs (the road is about 30 meters, 900 feet away) sleep was good.

Before we went to sleep we visited Bar Harbor (downtown) and a Wallmart to buy some beverages and things we needed. There is much to say about ...

Natural High

A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

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Our destination this morning is Acadia National Park. Acadia is the oldest National Park on the east coast and surrounds the highest point on the east coast. As usual I was up before everyone so I grabbed my computer and headed over to the breakfast room for some coffee and to type yesterday's blog. Sitting in the breakfast room I overheard the locals lamenting over the oppressively hot weather we are in for up here the next few days. ...

First glimpse at the carriage road system

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily on Jun 28, 2010

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... to follow the loop road to Wildwood Stables. From here we traveled by horse and carriage. Our tour followed the carriage roads built by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He spent 27 years and millions of dollars to create the most wonderful gift any private citizen has ever given to his fellow country men (in our opinion). We followed the roads up Day mountain, I’m sure the view would have been breathtaking had it not ...

By land and by sea

A travel blog entry by ms.jackson on Aug 15, 2009

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... day. There are different tours based on your interest. One offers a narrative about the wildlife that you inevitably see in Maine waters. (On the ride to Little Cranberry we saw a porpoise and three seals pop out of the water.) Another takes you on a tour via a schooner, which is always a unique way to go.

We visted the museum in Islesford Village (it's free, small and sorta interesting) and then took ...

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