Travel Blogs from Maine, United States

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Arrival, Portland, United States travel blog

Arrival

A travel blog entry by fredchristman

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... .    We will enjoy tonight's seafood feast as we gather around our campfire in the deep wilderness of northern Maine watching the star-filled sky dance throughout the peak night of the Perseids meteor shower.     ...

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse & Camden, ME, Camden, United States travel blog

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse & Camden, ME

A travel blog entry by laurenvgodfrey

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I drove to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and spent the morning there talking to two old lobster fishermen.  The keeper's house has been turned into a museum, which was fascinating.  This is my favorite lighthouse so far, probably because the ...

Maine and Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Maine and Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by saraishness

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... and it was fun to people watch. Later, on the road as the miles went on and we crossed through New Hampshire and into Maine we observed many interesting signs such as "Blind Person," "Deaf Child" and  "Moose next 5,500 feet." Mom and I thought ...

We're off!, Portland, United States travel blog

We're off!

A travel blog entry by hgtrip

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Hitting the road at 11:00 am on Sunday, July 6, 2014. Bye ...

Acadia - Day Two, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Day Two

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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We headed back to Acadia today and made some stops we didn't get to make yesterday. We stopped by Thunder Hole again, but realized it was much more impressive the first time we saw it. We did spend some time around another area close to Thunder Hole ...

Lobster Capital of the World (and Gift Cards 7-10), Rockland, ME, United States travel blog

Lobster Capital of the World (and Gift Cards 7-10)

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

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... .  When we walked inside, it was as we hoped our first lobster restaurant would be. The place was heavily decorated with Maine paraphrenalia, memorabilia, and every other kind of -lia's you could think of. With the help of our server, we decided to ...

Count Down, Eliot, United States travel blog

Count Down

A travel blog entry by olsentrip08

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    Less than a week and counting.  Our trip with take us to Niagara Falls, Mt. Rushmore, The Badlands, Crazy Horse Monument, Yellowstone, The Grand Tetons, Zion, Bryce, North Rim of GC, Lake Powell, Arches NP, Boulder, and ...

Lighthouses, Kittery, United States travel blog

Lighthouses

A travel blog entry by laurenvgodfrey

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... Park, whose name is misleading - there are no views of any lighthouses, but it has the most gorgeous views of the ocean and Maine's rocky coast.  I ended the day at Cape Elizabeth Light, also called Two Lights.  The second light was sold to a ...

Casco Bay and Eagle Island, Portland, United States travel blog

Casco Bay and Eagle Island

A travel blog entry by gknopp

... architecture included a central, free standing fireplace and amazing views of the water from all sides.  We caped the visit off with a short hike around the island.  With ideal conditions, this was really a highlight of our stops in ...

wekeela, Portland, United States travel blog

wekeela

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

Tuesday was a wierd day, because it would usually be my day off so i didnt have much to do so basically messed around all, had a wee swim, then at night there was a kareoke disco, which was hilllllllarious! jennika, ali and me sang respect and generally ...

Portland to Bar Harbour, Bar Harbour, United States travel blog

Portland to Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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... road by 11am, we stopped in Bath for lunch in a nice little seafood restaurant, Bath is a little fishing community up the coast of Maine. Had a look around and was back on the road by 12.30pm and drove five long hours(200 miles) to Bar Harbour which is ...

East Coast, Portland, United States travel blog

East Coast

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... and asked were talking to us during dinner. Went to a pub afterwards for a couple drinks. Kept driving north up to Portland, Maine. We stopped at Two Lights State Park to check out the coast and lighthouses. In town, we went to the Old Port area which ...

Common Ground, Unity, United States travel blog

Common Ground

A travel blog entry by laura421

... when I am not giving one of the talks on homeopathy, I volunteer at the MAH booth, supporting our state's professional organization, the Maine Association of Homeopaths.  This is always fun as I get to chat with the other groups in our tent, and with ...

Portland, part 2, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland, part 2

A travel blog entry by hendrika

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I went to the Italian restaurant on Tuesday night and it was so-so. The menu wasn't very exciting; I decided to have 2 appetizers. It's a restaurant that people are excited about in a town of 63.000 and think that apple and brie in a salad is quite an ...

Boothbay Harbor on Casco Bay, Boothbay Harbor, United States travel blog

Boothbay Harbor on Casco Bay

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... exploring the town, we took a drive out to the end of the bay and discovered yet another Lighthouse!!! And, of course, when in Maine you just MUST make a stop at LLBean in Freeport!  I remember the day when Bean was just a big barn and very quaint. ...

Happy Birthday! Geburtstag in der Senkrechten, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Happy Birthday! Geburtstag in der Senkrechten

A travel blog entry by olih

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... ist die ganze Familie sehr nett, die Kinder mehr als wohlerzogen. Aus der Nähe von Augusta kommen sie, der Hauptstadt von Maine, und verbringen das Geburtstags-Wochenende in Bar Harbor. Wie überhaupt einige Gäste genau das zu tun scheinen, denn alle ...

Sayanara, Portland, United States travel blog

Sayanara

A travel blog entry by cpaul

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I can't believe the day is almost here. In less than a week I'll be in Tokyo wondering what the hell I've gotten myself into. I've been practicing my "first day" speech that I'll be giving IN JAPANESE on the first day of school. My Japanese teacher ...

Traumhafte Küste: Von Cape Ann nach Portland, Portland, United States travel blog

Traumhafte Küste: Von Cape Ann nach Portland

A travel blog entry by olih

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... Interstate 95 durch immer bunter werdende Wälder über zwei Staatsgrenzen – zuerst von Massachusetts nach New Hampshire, dann nach Maine. Hier verlassen wir die Autobahn, um in den Outlet Malls von Kittery ein paar Dollar zu investieren.   ...

the tick war, Augusta, United States travel blog

the tick war

A travel blog entry by kathyh99

... can give you lyme disease, but even if they dont do that they bite you and suck your blood. and they are everywhere in maine, yay! i got bitten by one today which was just brilliant. thankfully it hadnt started to suck my blood yet but several people ...

Acadia National Park, Trenton, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by chictravelers2

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We drove on north towards the Acadia National Park. The drive was quite scenic with lots of small towns, mostly Colonial or Victorian architecture, lots of Antique shops, even more Lobster shacks and just lush green forests, farms and coastal ...

Maine Coast, Wells, United States travel blog

Maine Coast

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

... du Soleil.) Hotel: Rather expensive for the off season. Dinner: We ate at Billy's Chowder House, an institution in Wells, Maine. We enjoyed the Lobster Seafood platter. Each platter was large enough to feed a family of four. We were disappointed ...

First Americans to See the Sun Rise, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

First Americans to See the Sun Rise

A travel blog entry by siggymadda09

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Up at 4:00AM!  To the the top of Cadillac Mountain, to be one of the first people to see the sun rise in the U.S.!  The view was indescribable above the sea of fog as the sun rose and breeze picked up and began to play with it.  We hit the sack for a ...

Lunch break, Thomaston, United States travel blog

Lunch break

A travel blog entry by vstromandy

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Stopped at a roadside snak ...

New England, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

New England

A travel blog entry by cathaytravelers

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... für einen Roadtrip gehört haben wir weder etwas vorbereitet noch geplant. Unser einziges Ziel war der Acadia Nationalpark in Maine. Den Rest haben wir während der Fahrt spontan entschieden. Das hat dazu geführt, dass wir jeweils gegen ...

Heading South finally.  It's a wide Country!, Orono, United States travel blog

Heading South finally. It's a wide Country!

A travel blog entry by pmschmi

... construction right now.  Between summer season (also known as road construction season) and the Federal funds being distributed to states to stimulate the economy being used for road repair, there is a lot of work being done right now. All ...

A very busy couple of days, Portland, United States travel blog

A very busy couple of days

A travel blog entry by martha587

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It's been a busy couple of days.  The Giants lost, twice, Addie rescued a baby seal and we covered three states in four hours.  Whew. But let's backtrack a bit.  The morning after the big nor'easter it was still raining, but I could see the ...

Oh my God what was that?, Old Orchard Beach, United States travel blog

Oh my God what was that?

A travel blog entry by carolandglenns

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Getting near the end of the trip now, heading to the seaside in the last state of New England left to visit, Maine. We had a sad event today! Carol who is renowned for losing things carried on with the tradition by losing her camera and not realising ...

The Reality of It All..., Harrison, United States travel blog

The Reality of It All...

A travel blog entry by jordancp

I know I've been rubbish and haven't updated since the kids got here, but I've been ridiculously busy and any time I've had to myself I've either been doing lesson plans or trying to find ways to get off campus!! The girls arrived on Thursday, it was ...

Day 29 Quebec to Bar Harbour, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 29 Quebec to Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by brilliantnanny

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... lobster were quite tasty but the bland stock tasted of a chicken stock cube in a can of Carnation evaporated milk! Maine is one of the New England states- very green & heavily wooded with Birch, Poplars & Aspen trees. Logging is a major industry ...

Day 30 Bar Harbour, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 30 Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by brilliantnanny

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What we thought would be a pleasant leisurely start to our day turned a little farcical with a Fawlty Towers breakfast experience! Our hotel restaurant The Spyglass, atop a hill with spectacular water views, was situated up a steep incline accessed by ...

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