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... about everyone else on the island. There were at least 5 cars in front of us and, when we arrived to the top, the peak was crawling with sleepy people all sipping coffee in thermoses. Mark and I had been told that sunrise is one of the things you must experience while in Maine, as Cadillac Mountain is the first place light touches in the United States, but we didn't realize it would still drag out a crowd once tourist season was over. We found a place among ...
... gorgeous drive through the sea of pine trees down to Bar Harbor (stopping once for McDonald's in Newport and oggling over the view of Bangor from the bridge over the Penobscot River).
For those of you who have never been to Bar Harbor, it is a quiant little fishing village that has been pumped with money from wealthy vacationers, who built gorgeous mansion "cottages" on the coast. The downtown is full of kitschy souvenir shops, restaurants that all ...
Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island, Maine
Type of Attraction: National Park in the Great State of Maine
Reviewer: Lauren Doolittle
Date of Visit: November 9, 2013
There are many beautiful places to visit in Maine, but nothing quite beats Acadia National Park. Located on Mount Desert Island. The State of Maine is full of all different types of tourist attractions, ...
... the 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; however we are attracted by the neon lights of the Route 66 Diner. As all good diners should, it is filled with 50s memorabilia and plays rock and roll. Oh, and has a big yellow ...
On the first day in Acadia we drove around the west side of Mount Desert Island, right down to Bass Harbor. Here we stopped to check out the little seaside village and try the amazing crab dip from Thurston's Lobster Pound, recommended by a customer in a nearby art gallery. After this we drove around more of the island and stopped off for a swim at Echo Lake's small sandy beach.
On the second day we headed up Cadillac Mountain to see the breathtaking ...