Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor, United States

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MAINE IS BEAUTIFUL, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

MAINE IS BEAUTIFUL

A travel blog entry by janiebob

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... screw our trip.  Still lots & lots to see that they don't have their hands in.      Bar Harbor, Maine:  We spent the entire day walking this beautiful costal heritage.  Though we couldn't tour Acadia National Park ...

Inter, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Inter

A travel blog entry by rosro

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Hi Everyone, I am getting a little behind so will try to catch up. Bar Harbor township was lovely, but this small Island is very rocky and barren...mostly. Has some lovely spots though. Never saw a live beaver, just their homes. Ice cream selections were ...

Weather is on the turn., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Weather is on the turn.

A travel blog entry by northernjane

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Looks like it might be clearing up a bit today. So after long chats at the communal kitchen table again I head out for a walk from the b&b around noon and into the park and on a large round loop to a lake. Very nice walk, damp and misty but nice ...

Een lange autorit.., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Een lange autorit..

A travel blog entry by bipuresan

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... geruststellend idee dat het niet iets ernstigs is. Omdat we een dag extra in de buurt van Boston zijn gebleven en we wel naar Bar Harbor wilden, zouden we vandaag zeker 6 uur rijden. We hebben dus vooral in de auto gezeten en genoten van een heel mooie ...

Acadia park en Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia park en Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by bipuresan

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... naar onze auto te zien kijken als we dat ding op de ruit hebben zitten. Eenmaal beneden aangekomen, zijn we nog even door Bar Harbor gereden..ook daar was het weer erg druk. Wel een heel gezellig plaatsje met leuke winkels en een mooie haven. Vanavond ...

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

Back to the USA

A travel blog entry by cincy

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009, and we are finally at our destination of Bar Harbor, ME – gateway to the Acadia National Park system. Today we left St. Andrews about 10:00 a.m. We had a light breakfast, and headed out south east to the US town Lubec, ...

Still No Cellular Service!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Still No Cellular Service!

A travel blog entry by tiffintraveler

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Just wanted to let everyone know we are still having a good time - trying to stay dry and warm.  The views are beautiful here.  I will have to post about the area and post pictures when we leave next week.  I feel as though I have gone ...

June 7 - 10, 2011, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

June 7 - 10, 2011

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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... the side of a cliff.  The rangers are full of information and the girls enjoy asking lots of questions! We then proceeded into Bar Harbor for the whale watching tour, which lasted 4 hours.  We departed at 12 noon, and spent the first hour going ...

Another Great Day, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Another Great Day

A travel blog entry by scienceclub

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The days are so long, they're starting to blur.  As I sat down to type, I couldn't think of what we did yesterday morning! The Lewis' family headed off early to go whale watching.  They saw two whales, lots of seals, Sammy saw a "llama in the ...

David's Birthday!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

David's Birthday!

A travel blog entry by owens8

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We arrived in Bar Harbor and checked into our hotel. Then it was time to explore Acadia National Park! We went on a trail to Sandy Beach and waded in the beautiful, yet extremely cold, ocean. We drove around for awhile and took in the panoramic vistas and ...

May 28, 2012, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

May 28, 2012

A travel blog entry by vriecke

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Rain stops play means a lovely lazy day!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Rain stops play means a lovely lazy day!

A travel blog entry by emfletche

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... making daisy chains is now a dripping sodden fantasy.  Maybe it will dry up later?  We take a stroll down to the harbor instead, ducking under trees to shelter from the deluge.  Still no signs of it brightening up, so we stop for a ...

Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by scrabubbly

Left NH full of blueberry pancakes and real maple syrup from Gunther's. Looong drive. Next day, Acadia National Park. Gorgeous! My second favorite day of the ...

Day 2 Acadia, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 2 Acadia

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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... coordinates.  This lead us north, we found the 5th and final clue, then decided it was time for supper.  We went into Bar Harbor and got Subway.  Next we went to an internet café, my first Wifi access in almost a week. After this we will ...

Two Days In Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Two Days In Maine

A travel blog entry by 2colouredmap

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We picked up the car in Vermont the other day. I got to drive it all the way to Bar Harbor. It is such an awesome car I am jealous! We met Greg and Fran at our hotel room which was beautiful! We spent most of the time drinking and snacking catching ...

Aug 21, 2012, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Aug 21, 2012

A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12

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Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by barbh5889

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Today we spent the day driving the Acadia Park Loop Road stopping often and walking down trails to see the spectacular views. One of our stops was at the Sand Beach which is very unusual to find here in Maine as most of them are rocky cliffs. I went and ...

It's Pie & Lobster Day, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

It's Pie & Lobster Day

A travel blog entry by pjf000

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... township of Bucksport.  Whilst it is still mid-afternoon we elect to continue driving until we reach our destination of Bar Harbor in the Acadia National Park. Cadillac Mountain in the Park is reputed to offer 360 degree views of Bar ...

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

Second Day in Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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... nbsp;or have someone in common.  We have made plans to get together in November when we are both in Sierra Vista. We then headed into Bar Harbor and walked around town and visited a few shops, but our real goal was a board a boat to see the five ...

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa

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     Acadia Nat. Park in Maine was the tenth one on my list. One word- fantastic! Even Aikket could not tear herself from the window. The N.P. is located about two-thirds of the way up Maine's coast. It occupies a majority of Mount ...

Vermont State House, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Vermont State House

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

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... the capitol are also quite attractive. I took a tour of the capitol and then spent some time taking pictures before heading for Bar Harbor, ME.  It was a seven-hour drive of rain, fog, damaged roads and detours from the recent floods and plenty of ...

Acadia and Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by calthepal

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Maine IS very pretty and a great place to visit. If you enjoy the outdoors, you've got to go to Acadia National Park! It's beautiful and you can spend a day there hiking, whale watching from the beaches, picnicking and blueberry picking (lots of wild ...

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by rodarmer

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After having breakfast at the buffet and going through immigration to get back into the United States, then we took the tender to Bar Harbor, Maine. We walked through town in the rain to a bike shop where I had reserved rental bikes to ride the park loop ...

Boston - Portland - Bar Harbour, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Boston - Portland - Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by bruceandjulie

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... followed the Kennebeck River for quite a way through lots of small hamlets. Very pretty drive. The autumn colours are stunning. Bar Harbor on Mount Desert (pronounced dessert by the locals) Island, Maine's oldest summer resort, will be our home for ...

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen

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Sunday, September 4th We headed in to Bar Harbor and stopped at an information center for info about Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. We were able to get some good maps and then headed in to the Bar Harbor Campground.  This campground is a ...

Fun hikes, good food and lots of traffic, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Fun hikes, good food and lots of traffic

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad

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... fall colors we will take a little more time in this area so that we can see more of the sites and walk the trails. Went into Bar Harbor for lunch. It was fun. Very crowded good food lots of places to see. We then did the driving tour of Acadia Park. ...

Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Maine

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels

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... today but the season doesn't start till mid May so there was only a small section open, we did that anyway. Called in to Bar Harbour on the way, a very pretty place & once again, some of the shops were still closed because the season hasn't started ...

Acadia National Forest, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Forest

A travel blog entry by aircor

... bar hopping or for dinner since we have left home, and we should take advantage of this touristy area, the ambiance of the town of Bar Harbor, and the large crowds of people one we expect on a Friday and go out for drinks and dinner. Not taking much to ...

Jun 30, 2012, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Jun 30, 2012

A travel blog entry by 7x70on66

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New Hampshire, Three Authors, and the Maine Coast, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

New Hampshire, Three Authors, and the Maine Coast

A travel blog entry by chadhanson

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... that you can GPS it! Just put 'Stephen King's House' into your GPS. He must not mind the looky-loos. We made camp seaside in Bar Harbor, Maine. This was our first glimpse of the Atlantic Ocean (for any of us), so it was a little special. We dug in at ...

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