Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor, United States

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SCENES FROM BAR HARBOR, MAINE, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

SCENES FROM BAR HARBOR, MAINE

A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal

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... just before the tourists arrived, then the video moves into late spring and early summer.  What people don't realize is that Bar Harbor is a tourist town pretty much.  In the winter many of the small shops are closed and boarded up.   ...

Baa Ha Ba, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Baa Ha Ba

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism

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... Aiofe had to be back in town for a sunset sail by 5pm, so Laura and I decided to catch a lift and hang around in Bar Harbor, where we done a little shopping and had dinner -clam chowder and lobster roll... when in Maine and all that- before going back to ...

More lobster? If I have to..., Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

More lobster? If I have to...

A travel blog entry by jmpncw

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... sure google knows if you're that curious. The observatory is 440 feet above the water. It was incredible. We headed back into Bar Harbor for a free beer tasting at Atlantic Brewing Company. It was free and tasty. And the people were nice. Really hard to ...

Two road days to Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Two road days to Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by tbasler

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... a mesh bag and then cooked outside in huge pots. The first day was catch up, laundry and shopping. In the afternoon we did walk around Bar Harbor. Not as cute as I thought it would be. The next day we went to Acadia National Park. I got my passbook stamp. ...

Ba Habah, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Ba Habah

A travel blog entry by danbren

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They can take the park away from the tourists, but they can't take the tourists away from... Bar Harbor. Acadia too, for that matter. The various entrances are full of cars parked to the side of the "closed" signs and people are sneaking in. I haven't ...

A Glimpse of Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

A Glimpse of Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by christinewesten

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... not allowed to swim in it.  I’m sure the water is too cold anyway! I did partake of the bus system to get into Bar Harbor for dinner.  My hotel is next door to a campground which is a stop on bus route 1.  This bus drops you off ...

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

First Day in Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by sandycropper

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... visit with Nimah before we left Boston. Lora left for school early so I missed her. Will catch up next weekend. The drive time to Bar Harbor is around 5 hours, but we stopped in Freeport Maine at the LL Bean Outlet store and lunch. They also had a huge ...

Wednesday, September 17th, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Wednesday, September 17th

A travel blog entry by sandycropper

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... took the 'easier' route?! But it still seemed steep! When we reached the tower, we enjoyed a great vista of views of the Bass Harbor to the south. Then we took the less steep trail back for .7 mile. It still seemed very steep. But we saw great views ...

Day 36 Bar Harbour USA Friday Sept 19, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Day 36 Bar Harbour USA Friday Sept 19

A travel blog entry by bellandken

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... to check our hearing.Therefor Extracted from Wikipedia, "Bar Harbour is a town on Mount Desert Island in Hancock County, Maine, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population is 5,235. Bar Harbour is a popular tourist destination in the Down East ...

Bar Harbor, Maine USA, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor, Maine USA

A travel blog entry by dunbar2013

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Fall has commenced in Maine and shows hints of how pretty the area will be in another few weeks. Prior to arriving in Bar Harbor we went through Freeport and stopped into an adventure store called LL Bean much like a Brass Pro World store but not quite as ...

Into Acadia, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Into Acadia

A travel blog entry by mickandbrit

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... too long. After checking in at our hostel (we got a sweet deal for a private room), we walked around the resort-y town of Bar Harbor a bit. We returned hungry, so made soup and quinoa in the hostel kitchen. Excited for the wireless internet and room to ...

Days 55 and 56 Maine, Bar Harbor, Colby and Farmington, United States travel blog

Days 55 and 56 Maine

A travel blog entry by shannonawu

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... the hills, the coast, MAN, no wonder Laura spent all her summers there back during high school. Acadia was beautiful and the town of Bar Harbor certainly has its charm. I super splurged and ate a $30 meal at Eden Restaurant, an all vegan, all organic, all ...

Thanksgiving in Maine, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Thanksgiving in Maine

A travel blog entry by markl

Misty morning and we had breakfast and left for Arcadia National park. Light rain was falling and visibility was down to 100 feet but the feeling was pure Steven King. We were expecting some ol'boy with a chain saw to appear around every corner. None the ...

Arcadia National Park - Bar Harbour, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Arcadia National Park - Bar Harbour

A travel blog entry by bugsmasher

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Our first stop on the cruise. Tendered into shore and went on the National Parks tour $30- half the price of the Shore Excursion offered by HA. A Booey is a float in the water to catch lobsters. three & one quarter inches body throw back. Water 49 ...

Bar Harbor, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by mcmac1998

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Arrived in Bar Harbor in early afternoon. Staying at Bar Harbor campground, which is very nice. Large campground with a number of sites with views of the water and lots of tent or small camper sites nestled in the evergreens--really pretty. Went into ...

Arrival, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Arrival

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33

... outside the tiny airport, and proceeded to town to meet up with our captain and crew. We found Jeff at the Bar Harbor Beerworks holding a table....and maybe sampling the products, while Malia was making last minute preparations to our accommodations. We ...

Acadian National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadian National Park

A travel blog entry by travelin_rpcvs

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... we journeyed north. Found an intriguing fleamarket just outside Searsport and bought some vintage California postcards. After checking into the Bar Harbor Motel in the early afternoon, we entered the Acadian National Park, the only National Park on the ...

Bar Harbour & Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bar Harbour & Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by judymcdonald

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... eye flight to Bangor, Maine via New York then Boston then Bangor.  We picked up our rental car in Bangor then drove to Bar Harbour. We stopped at a tourist info centre to pick up some maps etc. The lady we talked to suggested that we drive into ...

Don't miss Boothbay Harbor & Portland, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Don't miss Boothbay Harbor & Portland

A travel blog entry by glo_and_richard

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We departed on the "Cat" ferry back to Bar Harbor, staying our last night there in the Bar Harbor Hotel/Blue Nose Inn and dining at Jack Russell's, a lively beef house in the city! On to Boothbay Harbor to the Blue Heron Inn. Each city we visited on our ...

Bubble Pond and Jordan Pond, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Bubble Pond and Jordan Pond

A travel blog entry by kiarastory

Test ...

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by steverino

A ...

From Bar Harbor, Maine!, Bar Harbor, Maine, United States travel blog

From Bar Harbor, Maine!

A travel blog entry by stevehall

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... to get the sap down to the cookery.. And the landscape here.. well hard to capture in photos.. The off to Bar Harbor, Maine. Here we hooked with one of Catherine's best friends Julie. Went through a lobster hatchery. Very ...

Ba-ha-bah!, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Ba-ha-bah!

A travel blog entry by emstreeter

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... ! Luckily they know how to make sangria. Because I had a fair bit of that over dinner! We ended up meeting Julia's boyfriend at a bar after dinner - he was also on a tour with 3 travellers - 2 young boys and a 57 year lady that didn't speak much English. ...

May 27, 2012, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

May 27, 2012

A travel blog entry by vriecke

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Arcadia National Paek, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Arcadia National Paek

A travel blog entry by dlmenagh

Dad and I got up early to go hiking. We stopped and had breakfast at The Arcadia Cafe. Then we drove to the park. When we got to the entrance, the ranger informed us that we had missed our trail head. There was no turning back since this park is on a one ...

NE Harbor to Bar Harbor and Home, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

NE Harbor to Bar Harbor and Home

A travel blog entry by pfln

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... 50s/low 60s with rain.  CONCLUSION: Best time is around Columbus Day.     Ferries to Schoodic Peninsula from Bar Harbor (288-2984) and Swans Island from Bass Harbor (244-3254).     Also worth considering in planning is ...

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

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler

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... the deep blues of the ocean contrasting with the greens of the Islands. I was inspired to really make our dream of RV travel around the United States a reality so we could have time to soak in the beauty of spots like this. It is for me a beauty that is ...

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 ...

Jun 17, 2014, Bar Harbor, United States travel blog

Jun 17, 2014

A travel blog entry by risner1392

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