Timbercliffe Cottage Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on the pebbly beach and marveled at the deep blue water reflecting in the sky. Later, we treated ourselves to a fabulous dinner at The Whale's Tooth. I eyed the lobsta swimming in the tank, as Dorothee's husband, Rob, led us outside to their dining deck overlooking the bay. Maura ordered the haddock and I went for the turf, instead of the surf. ...
... Waldoboro. Then take Route 90 into Rockport, completing the bike trip with a front tire dip into the Atlantic Ocean. It was staggering to believe that our cross country journey would be finished in a few short hours.
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... the coastline. We arrive at the first “non-rock” named town – Camden - and are charmed by its quaint old time storefronts and abundance of adorable shops, indigenous places to dine and its wonderful harbor and mountain views.
Camden is proud to call itself the "Jewel of the Coast." A beautiful seaport town with a harbor full of sail boats, Camden has also been used as the setting for so many movies. In ...
... our uniform. We had a sea trial today so I stood on the deck to see Islandia in motion, so smooth! We had another divine lunch; chickpea curry and a rocket and fruit side. The day went by so quick and I was allowed to finish work at 16.00. We got dressed and went to the Waterfront Bar for drinks and oysters then to 54 Bistro and Cafe for dinner, a treat from Julie. We got home and some more wine and great chats and laughs. Steven ...
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