Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor, United States

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Lobster Boats!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Lobster Boats!

A travel blog entry by annamarie

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... was pretty cool. I wish we had a boiler to make our own, but such is life. We then walked around the town of Southwest Harbor, which is quaint. We ended our stay on Mount Desert Island with a drive up to Cadillac Mountain. We weren't that lazy to not ...

Lobsters here we come!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Lobsters here we come!

A travel blog entry by amybrownstein

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... . We were surprised to find a quaint town with multicolored buildings, plenty of picture posing places for tourists, and friendly people. Bar Harbor is located on Mount Desert Island and is so named because of the large sandbar in the middle of the ...

Day 6 - LL Bean, Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 6 - LL Bean, Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by mcreech

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L.L. Bean, Bar Harbor, Acadia National ...

First day hike, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

First day hike

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips

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   We got up this morning to a beautiful day.   Sunny and about 70 degrees.   We went on several hikes around a couple of lakes.   Its beautiful here.   I'd say that about one quarter of the trees have ...

Baa Haa-Baa, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Baa Haa-Baa

A travel blog entry by liamri

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... is absolutely hilarious. I now have a fridge magnet with a lobster. Score. I have very little to say guys, my apologies. Bar Harbor is a super nice little town, with beautiful scenery, a great harbour, and some really cute ...

Day 33 - Bar Harbor, Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 33 - Bar Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by dadrukker

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... " to keep my tupperware container. How generous. But with that experience behind us, we drove into Maine and drove toward Bar Harbor, our location for the remainder of the Memorial Day weekend. We arrived at the beautiful waterfront resort we booked for ...

Day 34 - Bar Harbor, Maine, Bar Harbor,  United States travel blog

Day 34 - Bar Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by dadrukker

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... are the stone bridges in the park that provide a wonderful setting. I just wanted to soak this all up. The little town of Bar Harbor is populated with lots of restaurants and shops that clearly cater to the many tourists. So we opted for dinner at the ...

Lighthouses, Sand Bars and Sunsets, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Lighthouses, Sand Bars and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by christinewesten

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... sunrise.  I went back to the visitor center parking, took the bus to Jordan Pond, did some shopping and then headed into Bar Harbor.  By then it was a little sunny and not too cold for walking around.  I had lunch at a place called ...

Back in the USA!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Back in the USA!

A travel blog entry by laura3849

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... off the road a few times for those photo opportunities.  We left OQC about 7am and arrived in Trenton, Maine (7 miles from Bar Harbor) about 2pm.  We checked in our cabin-like room at the Open Heart Inn and ventured towards Bar ...

Roadtrip!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Roadtrip!

A travel blog entry by mariekexavier

... verder te trekken. We hebben op zaterdagochtend onze huurauto bij Hertz opgehaald bij het vliegveld en zijn begonnen aan de autotrip naar Bar Harbor in de staat Maine. Hertz had zo'n rare Chevrolet HR extended edition voor ons klaarstaan lol. Naja je zit ...

Parlez Vous Francais?, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Parlez Vous Francais?

A travel blog entry by carmarmax

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... encounters, we crossed the U.S. border with ease and began the gorgeous drive through the sea of pine trees down to Bar Harbor (stopping once for McDonald's in Newport and oggling over the view of Bangor from the bridge over the Penobscot River). For ...

Many Stops, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Many Stops

A travel blog entry by gailj

After Cooperstown, we had a longish drive to Keene, New Hampshire for an over night stay. It was a long, stressful drive, even thought it was only 4 hours.  The rain began, the fog was think and driving through the Green Mountains, that I didn't see ...

We Arrived, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

We Arrived

A travel blog entry by gailj

... a rain coat, but also a winter jacket.  Once again, we hit the road and headed for our final destination of the day, Bar Harbor, Maine.  Once again, we also had lovely driving conditions, minus the fog and mountains.  We made it to Bar ...

Journey to Bar Harbour, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Journey to Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by northernjane

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... was interesting and very well maintained - you forget these things were built in the 1860's so relatively modern to our forts. Drove onto Bar Harbor via a shack lunch stop at the small town of Castine - tiny place, Andy would love it here as it has a ...

Jun 21, 2013, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Jun 21, 2013

A travel blog entry by jenandandrew

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Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by anandiyer1

... finally arrived in Bar Harbor, when we arrived, we went inside the spacious and luxurious log cabin that was settled in beautiful rustic Bar Harbor !!!! We got ready and had a hot pipping Thai dinner at one of the local places. We came home and turned ...

A view to live for., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

A view to live for.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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Our Northern journey reached its northern most destination today when we arrived at Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine.  Our recollection of this area from 25 years ago, was confirmed with this visit.  It is an absolutely beautiful area ...

Acadia  - Penobscot Mountain, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Penobscot Mountain

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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Hiked Penobscot Mountain this morning. Started at Jordan Pond...hiked along west side of the pond then ascended Penobscot. Hikes here are incredibly strenuous but short! They basically go straight up, climbing 800-1000 feet in about a mile or so. But ...

Acadia - Champlain Ridge, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Champlain Ridge

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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... rocky outcrops with great views looking out east over the bay from Acadia. Was able to get reservations at Mache Bistro, one of Bar Harbor's best restaurants. Small, noisy dining room in a house at the end of town but the food was amazing!! Better ...

Acadia - Beech Mountain, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Beech Mountain

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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... Maine. Drove around the western side of the park. No one is here! Stopped at Thurston's lobster house for lunch in Southwest Harbor. Definitely worth the food, beer, and views of the fishing harbor. And it had the largest toilet seat I have ever seen ...

Acadia - Long Pond, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Long Pond

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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Kayaked on Long Pond. Very peaceful and easy paddling. Saw a nesting loon! Stopped off at Atlantic Brewery for ...

Acadia - Cadillac Mountain, Sand Beach, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia - Cadillac Mountain, Sand Beach

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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Hiked Sand Beach trail with more great views. Went downtown for some shopping. Had great blueberry habanero margarita! Drove up Cadillac Mountain for late afternoon views and took some good sunset shots from our ...

Happy Birthday, America!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Happy Birthday, America!

A travel blog entry by carmarmax

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... can walk across the gravel bar to explore Bar Island, fish off the bridge or just take in the views looking back at Bar Harbor. Because Hurricane Arthur (turned tropical storm) was slowly rolling towards Bar Harbor, we quickly walked over and back before ...

maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

maine

A travel blog entry by kennedys

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More Lighthouses and a Beautiful Sunset, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

More Lighthouses and a Beautiful Sunset

A travel blog entry by barbh5889

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... Camden just about a half an hour before sunset and drove to the top of Mount Battie to see the beautiful sunset. We finally arrive in Bar Harbor a little after 10:00 pm exhausted and ready for bed. By the way I am a couple days behind in writing these and ...

HARBORSIDE HOTEL AND MARINA, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

HARBORSIDE HOTEL AND MARINA

A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal

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... what appeared tobe a salt water pool as well.  This is a large motel for sure.  It has several dinning places.  The Bar Harbor Club - resort,spa, tennie - as the sign says, sits right next to the motel, and both are owned by the same ...

One more day in Bar Harbor....., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

One more day in Bar Harbor.....

A travel blog entry by bethh1902

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... found the pleasure of my own company and the tremendous company of nature. After my hike I went back to the hustle bustle of Bar Harbor, dropped in an internet cafe with my laptop, purchased a cup of ice coffee and settled in to do some blogging with ...

One final walk on the pedestrian path..., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

One final walk on the pedestrian path...

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures

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Kim fell in love with Bar Harbor - could move there in a minute, if it weren't for their cold winters, so for one last glimse of this wonderful little harbor town, we took one last walk along the harbor trail and took some final photos for memories. ...

Whales puffins and other untrained animals, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Whales puffins and other untrained animals

A travel blog entry by mbberg

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... morning coffee.  But I can be a little anti-social at times.   Whales found and puffins watched it was back to Bar Harbor.  We had a nice final lunch downtown with a view of the water and more sandal wearing mammals.  Then a little ...

Still here, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Still here

A travel blog entry by schroederd

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We didn't sleep much last night because of the N'eastern that came in through the night.  We rocked and rolled most of the night because of the high wind.  It was quite a storm.  We decided yesterday to stay an extra day here because ...

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