Ullikana Bed and Breakfast
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... their Great Fire of 1947. We saw some Victorian mansions that had survive this fire. Driving through the serene woodlands and rocky shorelines of Arcadia National Park, we came to Thunder Hole (like our blow holes) where the ocean swells into a narrow cavern of rocks. There were masses of pink granite in the area. The lands for this national park were donated by John D. Rockefeller from an era when this area was a resort for the ...
... the week, this was the opportune time to drive over. Since we were so close to Bar Harbor, we decided to drive in so I could get Jess a kitschy Maine Mug (since I've already given it to her, I can officially post this without ruining the surprise) and search for oysters. We went to our favorite, Side Street Cafe, but they didn't have oysters, so we had an appetizer and a drink and headed towards the water to the ...
... streets with shops and restaurants in clapboard houses painted many colours. There is a main square where there is a church with Tiffany windows and a town museum.
Along the waterfront there are some new properties, condominiums and a hotel and shops and a Marina style area which is where we board the trolley for the 2 1/2 hour tour of Bar Harbor and the park. Our driver and guide,Ron, is a local and gives us a great commentary and maybe more than we ...
... has a large outdoor video screen to show movies in the evening but today - Sunday - it was showing NFL games. The image is quite good even in bright sunshine.
If you want a robe for wearing around the stateroom, you have to ask for one. But the one I was brought was almost too small and wafer thin!
There are machines to print your current bill near passenger services - you don't have to ask them to print it. But your bill isn't available on the stateroom tv. And the tv ...
... and that appears to be the only way to get there. I saved the beach for later and took the Ocean Path. This walk goes from the beach to the Otter Cliffs and is 1.5 miles. Most of the path is fairly even but there are some portions where you do a little climbing. Thunder Hole is .7 miles in on the walk. There is a small gift shop there as well as bathrooms and a bus stop. Thunder Hole wasn’t as loud as it had been on Friday, but it was ...