Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor, United States

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Tuesday Date Night, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Tuesday Date Night

A travel blog entry by carmarmax

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... pretty dark so we chose to exit the park and drive back home. Only, we were dumped into the heart of the very bustling downtown Bar Harbor! How could we not stop. We went to our favorite little bar, Dog and Pony Tavern, and tried our hands at the ring ...

Mariner's Life, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Mariner's Life

A travel blog entry by tollemutti

This was the last stop on the trip with Berna and overall was the best guided tour I have had. ...

Day 12-14 Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 12-14 Maine

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey

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... we are loving. Our park ranger recommended us to go take the Park Loop Rd which is a 20 mile loop along the coast of the Island. Bar Harbor (Bah Ha Bah) is the bees knees on the Island. It has a cute and bustling downtown area. The Park Loop Rd began near ...

Acadia National Park Travel Review, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park Travel Review

A travel blog entry by tah101fall2013

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... across from the pier parking lots. I would bet money that Geddy’s is probably the most “Maine” restaurant in Bar Harbor.  It has amazing food and a great atmosphere for people who just want to relax.  I ordered their ...

First Day in Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

First Day in Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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We arrived in Bar Harbor today.  It was somewhat windy and cool, but otherwise a nice day.  After some set up problems (the sites were not very level from left to right, we finnaly had lunch and chilled for a while.  Then met for happy ...

Jul 05, 2013, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Jul 05, 2013

A travel blog entry by ty-megs

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Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by anandiyer1

... back in the car and drove to Southwest Harbor. Southwest Harbor is located on Mount Desert Island, which is approximately 15 miles from Bar Harbor. We went on a nice long and exhilarating hike followed by a nice long kayak ride. I had never been in a ...

Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by yeagerdog

We had a late start today and left Belfast headed for Bar Harbor.  Our first stop was Fort Knox.  We walked all over the place and went through the tunnels.  It was ok, Rob is more interested in  history than I am but I did get more ...

Acadia, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia

A travel blog entry by jenfoote

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... be lobster festivals stopping all traffic. We got the last spot at a $30 private campground, spent the evening shopping and eating in Bar Harbor. In the morning we got to the beach before almost anyone and then hiked up the beehive.  We made it to ...

Bar Harbor in the rain, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor in the rain

A travel blog entry by northernjane

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... country here. I'd be more worried if I saw it in a city. The weather cleared up a bit and I headed back for a walk around Bar Harbor a very small but pretty town. Bought an ice cream the size of my head for lunch and looked into a yoga studio and ...

US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME

A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon

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... land near the coast on the Atlantic. It was a very relaxing & breathtaking view of the northeastern shoreline of the United States. The leaves were beginning to turn from green to brown. We made our way down Cadillac Mountain back to Bar Harbor ...

Climbing Mountains and Money Issues..., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Climbing Mountains and Money Issues...

A travel blog entry by emfletche

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... weather to catch some sunset shots.  I hide in the FM2013 and read Game of Thrones on the Kindle.  Back in Bar Harbor, we dress for dinner – which means removing many of those recently added layers.  Two dinner destinations in mind; ...

And so it begins., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

And so it begins.

A travel blog entry by allisondsweeney

Day 1 leaving bar ...

PLACES TO STAY IN BAR HARBOR, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

PLACES TO STAY IN BAR HARBOR

A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal

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... . near library and churches. rates  -  $54 - $129 phone  -  207-288-3959  or  800-336-3959 BAR HARBOR QUALITY INN Mount desert Street, in town. Peak season - $129 - $189       off season  ...

The lobster story, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

The lobster story

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes

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... in winter, but not the harbour. Summer temperatures are 25c and winter -3c with 5 ft of snow for the season.  Surprisingly Bar Harbour is on the same latitude as South France, but has a different climate due to the very cold Atlantic waters. Last ...

Day 28 - The Cruise - Bar Harbor, Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 28 - The Cruise - Bar Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by tallypez

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... was cancelled but as it was such lovely weather, we decided to simply explore the area and see where the day took us.   Bar Harbor is a beautiful coastal town, full of historical homes and churches and lots to see and do by way of whale and puffin ...

The Other Side of the Island, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

The Other Side of the Island

A travel blog entry by barbh5889

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... in comparison to what we have at the Botanical Gardens at home but they were a nice size for a town the size of Northeast Harbor. There were a lot of beautifully colored flowers and it was very peaceful to walk through.  We then went back to Acadia ...

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

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... Harbor. The idea of the park dates back to 1901 when George B. Dorr was disturbed by the growing development of the Bar Harbor area.  He started the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations, a corporation whose sole purpose was to preserve land ...

Bar Harbor, ME, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor, ME

A travel blog entry by katstravel

... , but it is changing, and they are accepting this fact graciously. They understand that tourism is starting to grow as an industry, which is no wonder to anyone who has visited the area. Experience Bar Harbor and see the best of the Eastern United States. ...

Go East - D2, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Go East - D2

A travel blog entry by macdubhsith

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Changing plans, headed to PEI via Calais, ME. Notes from Day two are uploaded as photos. They got written out on paper last night. Finally got to a solid connection for ...

Travel home, Bar harbor, United States travel blog

Travel home

A travel blog entry by dholden

Exchange rental cars in Portland to pick up a different car the we can drop off in Bar Harbour. Spend night sleeping in ford explore in Bar Harbour airport parking ...

downeast, harrington, bar harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

downeast, harrington, bar harbor

A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow

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... , but we came when it was half over. One nite instead of the ranger’s talk we had a concert by the bar harbor string orchestra (with a special oboeist) playing Mozart, Cionek and Tchaikovsky. It was a wonderful concert that was free (donations). We ...

A day to shop and explore by car! yah Zuckini, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

A day to shop and explore by car! yah Zuckini

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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... at a State Park near Camden Maine! We will try and arrive early and line up! Stops raining at 10:30 so we head into Bar Harbor.. neat town that reminds me of Banff or Jasper with lots of tourist shops and eateries! Shop for a few hours then head to ...

A Traveling Day, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

A Traveling Day

A travel blog entry by christinewesten

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I have thought many times about taking a trip to Acadia National Park. The descriptions of the craggy coasts, gently sloping mountains and friendly people have long appealed to me.  So this year I am finally here!  Today was a whole day of ...

Maine & Hurricanes or not, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Maine & Hurricanes or not

A travel blog entry by skahasharon

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... area but the scenery is marred because of the hazy.  Too many hot, humid days.  We also spent time in the town of Bar Harbor and we are camping just out of town at a very nice place with a pool again.  It is still hot and muggy but we ...

It's the 4th.  Where's the humidity?, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

It's the 4th. Where's the humidity?

A travel blog entry by meganj77

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Tony and I left Boston at about 6:30 this morning.  We intended to sleep in, but we are morning people by nature.  Good thing we got on the road because people were already lining up about two blocks from our hotel for July 4th activities. ...

THE  BAR  HARBOR  INN, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

THE BAR HARBOR INN

A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal

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... many books and relax and read while enjoying your meal.  The bar harbor inn and spa is located at Newport drive, minutes from everything. Bar Harbor Inn and Spa  -  800-350-3352  or  207-288-3351 THE READFING ROOM - same number ...

Buckle Up, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Buckle Up

A travel blog entry by evabjorn

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... , het mechanisme om de gordel te blokkeren, werd daarbij gedeblokkeerd.  Eind goed al goed dus en we zetten onze tocht richting Bar Harbor terug allebei vooraan in de auto verder.  Voor de rest was het een vrij rustige dag, want er stond maar 1 ...

Natural High, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Natural High

A travel blog entry by mbberg

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... Cadillac Mountain as you climb some 1500 feet to the summit.  Along the way there are several breath taking views of Bar Harbor, The Porcupine Islands and The Atlantic Ocean.  We made it about half way round the mountain when lunch time ...

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

Back in the USA

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 We left early for Bar Harbor. Everything here is huge - roads, cars, houses, people, prejudices. Maine has lots of trees and water (lakes and ocean).  We took an incredible two hour boat ride where we saw seals and lots of large birds, ...

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