Walker Wilson House

Address: 2 Melcher Place, Topsham, Maine, 04086-1406, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2 Melcher Place, Topsham, is near Joshua L. Chamerlain's Museum, Skolfield-Whittier House, Pejepscot Museum, and Maine Fiberarts Visitor Center.
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Travel Blogs from Topsham

Boothbay Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by davedolber on Jul 16, 2015

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... pounds of lobster a year! Now that's a lot of claws and tails! Bet the butter industry loves Maine. Saw a lot of seals, private islands owned by rich people and lots of pretty boats. Spent Friday morning driving back to Boston to get the Jeep after tow bar repairs. By the way...did you know you can get a fresh Maine lobster roll at McDonalds around here? Crazy but cheap and pretty damn tasty! (According to Jan - I hate the damn ...

Onward to Portland Maine

A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 09, 2015

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... Can you imagine trying that in Saskatchewan? Lol! 4 new states for us today: New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine! We also drove through the Appalachian Mountains, they are nothing like the Rockies, more like big tree covered hills. The only rock you see is where the road was cut. Taking pictures as you barrel down the Interstate at 125 km is futile, ...

That's All Folks!

A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 27, 2015


... t wait to Ride Ultimate Scenic Highways with you all again soon. If you ever have a chance to do one of their rides--DO IT!!!

Thanks to my mother-in-law, Diane, for keeping an eye on our house and pets while we were gone. I'm almost home kitties!

I would also like to thank Ken, Vicky, Margarita, Mike, Jeff, Marieta, and all the other Lakes & ...

Final Days in Portland

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 23, 2015

4 comments, 20 photos

... pistachio caramel tart!

We visited the Portland Observatory, learning that it has nothing to do with stars and everything to do with early maritime commerce. Built on Munjoy Hill in 1807 by an early entrepreneur, the Observatory was used to track the port's shipping activity. The tour offered historic background and a 360-degree view of Portland and Casco Bay.

And then, it was our last full day in Portland. Sigh. . .

But we ...

Parades and Centennaries

A travel blog entry by skierdude on Jul 04, 2012

2 comments, 47 photos

... parade but very cute.

Then we went on to Bath as Lesley wanted to shop for Matt & Ash's wedding present and I also wanted to look for gifts at Lisa-Maire's where everything is made in Maine. Bath was also having a 4th July parade and it was quite a bit bigger than the one in Wiscasset. It was quite touching to see old servicemen getting lots of cheers and "thank you's" from the ...

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