The Willows on Bass Harbor
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor
... for the meal I sent back. For us this was a 2/5.
Next day we went to the Café This Way on Rodick Street to get lobster rolls. Well, we paid nearly $50 US for two lobster rolls on hot dog buns with chips (not fries) just chips. Waaaayyyyy overpriced! And again only so-so… maybe 3/5. Enough said..
The final night of our stay at Bar Harbour we decided to take another chance and treat ourselves to Italian…Mama DiMatteo’s – one word - Devine!!! It ...
... 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.
... the Civil War to protect the Kennebec River leading to Bath, where ships were built. It was never used or completed, but still a cool historic site.
Mama Bird (Jen) will be arriving tomorrow - just in time for Meatball Madness Monday – and will be spending a couple days with us to check out the work site. So today the team has been spending time working on paperwork and our project debrief that we’ll be presenting upon our return to Maryland. This is our last week in ...
Our campsite was not fancy, but it was right on the water. While I made dinner, the girls had fun trying to learn how to skip stones on the water. I gave them lessons, but they are still not very good! I really enjoyed watching them try to do this...what a good experience! They wanted me to get the boat out, but there is just too much to do and not enough time! Not tonight!
We ate dinner and showered, and it was ...
Bar Harbor combines beautiful, crisp weather with glorious sightseeing opportunities. Maine is a wonderful state to visit anytime of the year, and in the spring and summertime you could not ask for a more scenic location. In the winter, the weather is cold, but the new-fallen snow will have your eyes begging for more. The soft powder covers the area and it is ...
Other places to stay in Bass Harbor
79 Anns Point Rd., Bass Harbor | B&Bfrom $270