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... at the top of Rodick Street. The service was great; the food was fantabulous! For an appetizer we shared the crab-stuffed mushrooms, sooo delicious. For our entree, I had the Spinach and Crab Stuffed Pasta…the most delicious I have ever tasted… and although Karl gobbled up the Fig and Gorganzola stuffed pasta, he did share a small bit with me. WOW! A bit pricey as are all the restaurants in Bar Harbor but this one is well worth it. Highly recommended – 5/5!
... and on the shores of Frenchman Bay. It has the charm of a small fishing village. When we crossed the Trenton Bridge onto Mount Desert Island, I didn't realize we had left the mainland.
Early Tuesday morning we started our walk at Village Green. Two large Cruise lines had docked in the harbor with about 4,000 tourist converging on the little harbor (made for a lot of excitement).
... staff however were happy to give instructions and demonstrations. Our lunch was much simpler, and required no additional instructions. If I was determined to get lobster roll for lunch today, Mr Fletche is equally determined to get pie and coffee. Quietside Café in Southwest Harbor kindly obliges, and we scoff a huge slice of pie a la mode each. Mr Fletche – inspired by our recent viewing of 90s cult classic Twin ...
... bridges. We then made our way to Bar Harbor for some more breakfast at one of the many waterfront restaurants. After walking around the shops for a while we headed off in search of Acadia's famous lobsters. We succeeded in our quest finding a small roadside restaurant selling lobsters by the pound. We got through 8lbs of the most delicious lobster we'd ever had. Next it was time for a well earned rest after the early start and mountain of food we'd just ...
Another beautiful start to our morning at 6:20 with the scotch mist engulfing the bay. Still unsure what the tide is doing. We arrived late after the park office had closed meaning we had to get up this morning and get registered. We packed up for the day in our woollies and rain gear and headed off to explore Bar Harbor. While registering we discovered high and low tides. The next high tide was to be at 2:00pm with a recommendation that we head ...
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