White Cedar Inn Bed and Breakfast
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We drove from Ogunquit to Freeport and stayed at a charming bed and breakfast. There were maple trees in the yard with buckets attached to catch the syrup. We walked to L.L. Bean and shopped. That store is enormous and open 24/7, 365 days per year. We had lobster at a local restaurant. My favorite was "lazy man's lobster". It was already out of the shell! Great!
... were not up to par. They were frozen scrambled eggs which had been warmed up. Yuck! They also had French Toast sticks which rank right up there with me in the category of Eggo waffles, another item I never eat. Hopefully we make a rest stop soon so we can pick up a more palatable breakfast option. But, the rooms were clean, spacious and secure. So, a lousy breakfast isn't the be all and end all. The temperature this morning in Virginia was a balmy 32*F or 0*C....brrrrrrr! ...
It's that feeling of I must do this now. Heading northbound from Logan Airport in the storm delayed on a bus as it passes 10pm. One bag contains all the warm gear I own or borrowed. The remaining 30 items that I will need brother Mike has collected. Mountain Man Mike. Trek leader and inspiration of many things but ...
... of seagulls at the same time that you pop in and out of boutique stores and tourist shops or sit down in a pub for a pint of beer or take in some really fine dining. It's not just the tourists who do this. The people living in the condos above the red-brick sidewalks and storefronts and those who work in the nearby offices that have been converted from factories or maritime buildings enjoy Commercial Street too.
There are numerous places to shop and eat on ...
... a lot of Christmas lights and vibrant old signs reflecting Maine culture.
If you love beer this is a place for you. The Great Lost Bear has over seventy plus beer on tap, sixty or so of them being brewed in Maine. I myself wanted to try as many as I could but opted to go with a five ounce tasting sampler of five options. When ordering, you fill out a small card with your five choices. This sampler was $6.25 and well worth the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite Cedar Inn Bed and Breakfast Freeport
This is a quaint bed and breakfast where we spent one night. It is walking distance to L. L. Bean.
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