The Willows on Bass Harbor

Address: 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

... I had lobster rolls. Ridiculously good. After lunch we headed to Bar Harbor. Cute! We just walked around the shops and stopped and had a drink on the water. We booked our whale watching tour for Thursday and are just praying the weather cooperates. So far it's been perfect.

Tonight we are just getting prepared for our camping trip to Isle Au Haute. It's really nice to be able to chop ...

Mount Desert Island, Maine

A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 07, 2013

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... for sure.

We stopped for a picnic lunch by the side of the road with a beautiful view of the ocean.

In a town called Manset we stopped for a break to cool off with some ice cream.

At most stops Bob would douse us both with the water we had brought. Toward the end of our loop around the ...

Bah Habah

A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Aug 17, 2012

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... The three amigos, Maggie, Aiden and McKenna are put to the test as they measure, touch, blow on claws and answer questions about molting, exoskeletons.... an “A” to each in Lobster 101. On shore we head to the West St. Café for chowdah and blueberry pie, never a disappointment here. Then it’s time to rev up the cell phones as Maggie checks in with Mom and Dad. I am surprised there was any service in town at all though as I’ve never seen so ...

Natural High

A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

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... and we continued our adventure to the edge of the abyss.

Not too far after we left Grandma in our dust the manmade paths ended. To venture farther required hiking across granite with crevices, drops and slopes going up and down. I figured Pat having thoroughly shown Grandma how it is done would call it quits here. In true husband tradition everywhere I was wrong as usual. Press on she said and press on we did. In fact ...

These legs were made for walking (ish)

A travel blog entry by bec_f on Jun 17, 2010

... was lovely, and much needed as the climb up the mountain was a gruelling near vertical climb. You basically had to follow the blue dashes painted on the rocks, at points you were having to walk up rock faces - very tiring.

I was so pleased to see a refreshment place at the top, although felt like a huge sweaty mess (because I was) amongst all the nicely presented people who had driven up. We still had the way down to negotiate, which was in parts the reverse of the way ...

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