Travel Blogs from Maine, United States

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FINISHED!!!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

FINISHED!!!

A travel blog entry by crumpy98

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... with tales of flat tires and crazy dogs chasing me) suffice it is for me to say that I have arrived in Bar Harbour, Maine, the end pointo fthis almost 2500 miles of solo cycling. It has been a wonderful experience (although probably not the thing for ...

Day 12 - Part 1, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Day 12 - Part 1

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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... Islands and Cranberry Islands. At 1,530 feet, Cadillac Mountain is the highest peak within 25 miles of the Eastern Coast of the United States. Also 6th graders who went on the trip last year ... this years class will tell you they saw snow, but a two ...

Southwest Harbor - Red Trails to Mordor, Southwest Harbor, United States travel blog

Southwest Harbor - Red Trails to Mordor

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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... legally wedded for 35 years!  We celebrate first by enjoying a great breakfast at a local spot with the centerpiece being Maine-ly Main Blueberry Pancakes - YUMMY.  Since we have been slacking off and taking the easier rated routes for a couple ...

A Little More Taste of Maine, Saco, United States travel blog

A Little More Taste of Maine

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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... meat on a slightly toasted round bun.  It was Maine winner for USA Today’s 50 Great Plates From 50 States. Magazine.  They have received citations and mentions from Gourmet, Coastal Living, Martha Stewart Living, Every Day with Rachel Ray ...

Bangor, Bangor, United States travel blog

Bangor

A travel blog entry by saraishness

Where we slept for the night, in a smoking room, the room was ...

3, 2, 1 Blastoff!!!, Waldoboro, United States travel blog

3, 2, 1 Blastoff!!!

A travel blog entry by griesenj

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3, 2, 1 ... Blastoff!!!  Today is the day we head west.  Ok, we have to go west from here to get anywhere.   The weather is NOT in our favor.  Rain all day and cold - all up and down the eastern part of the country.  We were ...

Historic Sundown, Lubec, United States travel blog

Historic Sundown

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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As luck would have it, we time it perfectly so we arrive at historic West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Lubec, Maine at sunset. Originally built of wood in 1808, it had to be rebuilt in the 1830's of stone. The structure that now stands was built out of ...

Home Sweet Home, Portland, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by cpaul

Home again, home again, jiggity jig! I've been home for about one week. I had an epic journey from Seoul, back to Tokyo and then to Chicago (where I was warmly greeted with crappy American service and bad attitudes) and then to Portland where Matt ...

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 Final Countdown, Harrison, United States travel blog

The Final Countdown

A travel blog entry by jordancp

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Sorry I haven't updated in a while, this week has been ridiculously busy!! In roughly 3 hours,  the buses will start arriving and camp will begin...I'm terrified! We're just having our final chill out, most of the counsellors have gone to the ...

Near Death Experiences and John Maclean...., Harrison, United States travel blog

Near Death Experiences and John Maclean....

A travel blog entry by jordancp

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... , where is girlfriend is right now. As they've all got felonies on their record it's unlikely they're gonna be allowed in the States again, definately never to work and possibly not even for a holiday. It was gutting, and we all felt like the wind got ...

Acadia National Park, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... up at 3:30AM (crap!) and drove to the peak of Cadillac Mountain to be among the first to see the sun rise in the Continental United States at 4:43AM. At 10AM I took a 45-minute ferry ride to Winter Harbor. Along the way I caught glimpses of Egg Rock ...

Rainy Day Blues, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Rainy Day Blues

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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... of the classic lobster boats floating in the harbor today as the fog and rain loomed. This, to me, is a picture of coastal Maine like I am accustomed to seeing. Wes captured the day perfectly with this picture. Tomorrow we begin to make our way back ...

Fundy to Freeport, Freeport, United States travel blog

Fundy to Freeport

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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Today was mostly driving.  We stopped at the border to declare our baby carrots and radishes.  We went through Bar Harbour, but Paul wouldn't stop due to the insane amount of old people wandering the streets.  Turned out there were 2 ...

Hello, Canada!, Van Buren, ME, United States travel blog

Hello, Canada!

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

... it for the deep woods where the dense trees keep them warmer. Can't say I blame them... We had four agendas in Maine: 1) see a moose 2) see Canada 3) see a lighthouse 4) eat a lobster Number one, like I said, failed. But number two certainly happened ...

Shippagan à Medway, ME, Medway, United States travel blog

Shippagan à Medway, ME

A travel blog entry by ivan.robichaud

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Partis à 8h00 ce matin. Arrêt à Woodstock pour dîner puis déplacement à Medway, Maine, à mi-chemin vers Boston. Pas grand chose à voir ici mais on est là que pour la nuit. Arrivés au Katahdin Shadows ...

Nice Place for pictures, York Beach, United States travel blog

Nice Place for pictures

A travel blog entry by 2mareti

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Here we came with our friends, Nico and Chris to walk around the beach. This was very unlike any other beach we have been to. First off it was not a day to go for a swim or lay in the sun, but it was a beautiful day for some beautiful pictures, and ...

Short unexciting trip to nowhere Maine, Waterville, United States travel blog

Short unexciting trip to nowhere Maine

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

This was a fairly unexciting trip...at least in the sense of stuff I can write about on this blog that pertains to traveling. I came up here to help test some of our equipment so that it can be redesigned. Can't say too much else on here. I do ...

Portland, ME, Portland, United States travel blog

Portland, ME

A travel blog entry by ybslob

Portland, ...

The Day Before, Bethel, United States travel blog

The Day Before

A travel blog entry by thurstll

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Hello everyone, I am running around going crazy, I think I might be a little nervous about the trip. I am so excited to be going and so excited that I finally got this blog up and running. Wow, what a chore! I now have a link to my blog on Facebook. ...

20th of june, Portland, United States travel blog

20th of june

A travel blog entry by nicoleduncan88

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... goin to the outlet village in the morning called river view and then goin to this little beach and then at night goin to a seafood reastraunt where the serve the famous maine lobsters. i cant wait!!! will tell you how that goes soon. love nicole ...

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

Acadia - Day One

A travel blog entry by wsult3

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... for through traffic and the other gives travelers a place to park wherever they see fit. The shoreline of this area of Maine is NOTHING like NC's coast. Everywhere you look there is salmon-colored rocks and cliffs that shoot straight down into the ...

Lobster and Lumberjacks, Acadia National Park, United States travel blog

Lobster and Lumberjacks

A travel blog entry by siggymadda09

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... was so much work to get out and it cost so much!  After we were finished eating, we rushed off to see Timber Tina's Maine LumberJack Show, which we had driven past that morning and then found a brochure for at Beal's.  We arrived a little late, but all ...

Okay - its cold again!!, Springvale, Australia travel blog

Okay - its cold again!!

A travel blog entry by kazjohn

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Spent yesterday checking out some hot spots in Melbourne - St Kilda (not all its made out to be) and Brighton (beautiful even in the crappy weather - biiiiiigggg houses!!!) Stayed at the caravan park for the afternoon and then headed to Todds football ...

Gearing up!, Camden, United States travel blog

Gearing up!

A travel blog entry by sarahinsoafrica

In a few short weeks I'll be leaving my small town in Maine and heading to South Africa for a semester of studying abroad. One of the reasons I was drawn to Stonehill when visiting colleges several years ago was the strong study abroad program, and I am ...

Leaving on a jet plane..., Camden, United States travel blog

Leaving on a jet plane...

A travel blog entry by sarahinsoafrica

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... believe I’m leaving tomorrow! Time has flown by, and I’m happy I’ve gotten the chance to enjoy some quality Maine time with family and friends before leaving on this next adventure.  I’ve finally managed to pack (for the most ...

Roadside Americana, Newport, United States travel blog

Roadside Americana

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... never ate lunch, we decide to make a brief stop at one of Maine's famous food/ice cream stands. We spy Sawyer's Dairy Bar in Newport, Maine and decide it's worth a stop. It looks like it's been here since the 1940's or at least the 50's. I love these old ...

Camp comes to an end..., Poland, M, United States travel blog

Camp comes to an end...

A travel blog entry by sc89

The last week of camp was busy....with Brigadoon, the Staff Party, Memory Night, Senior Serenade and Shield Night. Everything went well, with most people sad that 8 great weeks were coming to an end. Before we knew it, it was time to start packing. ...

Driving the coast, Bath, United States travel blog

Driving the coast

A travel blog entry by dom_anna

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... for lunch at Young's Lobster Pound - it was actually quite pricey but it was really good.  Afterwards, I went to a Maine Marine Museum in Rockland.  It was very interesting - for those interested in engineering, read about the fresnel light: ...

Maine Coastal Rt 1, Coastal Rt 1, United States travel blog

Maine Coastal Rt 1

A travel blog entry by tumi1213

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... although ships today tend to rely on GPS. Inside the old keeper's house is the Fishermen's Museum, displaying artifacts of Maine lighthouses and the fishing/lobster industry. The three-foot long mounted lobster is truly impressive! The museum has quite ...

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