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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!
... 8217;. But it was Deborah, the assistant inn keeper at the Inn on Park Spring, who likely gave us such a good feeling about our Portland accommodation (and dining) experience. Deb remembered everything about us, from when Owen initially booked our room over the phone to the fact that Hayley was visiting from Australia. Customer service was at an an all-time high! After kick-starting our day on a great note, which included Deb’s ...
... on the way to Portland, Maine. Our most memorable stop was the Nubble Lighthouse, closely followed by our traditional New England lunch at the Maine Diner. After checking into The Inn at Park Spring (our lodging for Thursday night), we took a trip to the YMCA for a swim. Hayley wanted a swim workout. Owen wanted the swim to fix his back...unfortunately it had been giving him some problems over the last couple days. And in ...
... it was time to press on.
We continued on our journey north, through Massachusetts and into New Hampshire. Bec took the wheel for a while, but we disagreed on how much room was being left to the car's parked on our right, so she gave me a serve and told that she didn't want to drive if I was going to be in the passengers seat.
We crossed the border into Maine, and immediately over the border, there was a massive outlet centre that spanned 4 blocks and was on both sides of ...
Ruby and I left Freeport at about 12:30pm when Elnel Browder picked us up to take us to the Concord bus terminal with our 3 large bags and 2 carryons filled with some of the many things we would need for our 6-7 week camping trip.
Our 5 months of planning for this trip led us to name ...
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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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