Walker Wilson House

2 Melcher Place, Topsham, Maine, 04086-1406, United States | B&B
 

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Maine to Atlanta (and beyond!)

A travel blog entry by jeanpaulj

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... diving board that you realise how cold the water below you might turn out to be. I am excited about what these thirty-five days will bring, but I am also quite nervous. I'm about to be immersed in, and exposed to, many different facets of the world's third-largest corporate travel company, BCD Travel.

I'll be an associate in the "Fast Track Leadership Programme," a whirlwind (but thorough) work experience placement that will take me to Latin America, to India, to ...

Rain and Lobsters

A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob

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... for lunch, since it was a place I frequented as a young child. Lunch was at Barnacle Billy's in Perkins Cove in Ogunquit. We were able to have a nice corner table overlooking the boats and under the awnings, as it continued to drizzle and rain. Four lobster rolls, 2 tuna rolls and a few drafts hit the spot and showed the kids a real New England tradition for lunch. Leaving Ogunquit, there was ...

And when it came to pass, we shopped!!

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... 8211; MMMM! At lunch time on July 2 we also decided to revisit Petrillos and while Karl enjoyed his favourite meal of pizza (The Margarita), I had the Chicken Cranberry Salad Wrap – both tasty. The highlight for Petrillos was the pizza as it was the best for the whole trip so we highly recommend Petrillos Pizza! (5/5)


























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Labstah Baby!

A travel blog entry by tchester

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... the Portland Headlight stood out on a rocky point in the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of six lighthouses in Portland; one of which is on a small island just off the coast where Headlight was located. We parked in an area with a great view and walked out to the lighthouse. We noticed several things when we got out of the RV: the beautifully kept grounds, the rocky coast, and the fact that we needed to go back in to ...

North to Portland, Maine

A travel blog entry by rob.franklin.

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... the systems broken.

That aside Portland is lovely, old brick city with lots of migrated talent looking for a slower life out of the eastern cities they bring a strong culinary scene with lots retiries to support it. Was great to have Mic, a chef himself, to introduce us to the best of local fare and produce. I am making some big changes to the way we BBQ when I get back.

Hils conceived a plan ...

Location

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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