Acadia Inn

Address: 98 Eden Street (Route 3), Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 98 Eden Street (Route 3), Bar Harbor, is near Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company, Lulu Lobster Boat, National Park Sea Kayak Tours, and Frenchman Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

      Baa Ha Ba

      A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... been so far, but Acadia National Park is a beautiful spot. Ruth, Anessa, and Chris opted to tackle a more strenuous hike, and the rest of us stayed along the coast for something a little more relaxed. We stop along the route for plenty of photograph opportunities. There is one place called Thunder Rocks -so called because the waves crashing into the crevasses makes a noise like thunder. It's true, ...

      Touring Acadia

      A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... on the lawn. The view was spectacular and the food was pretty good too. They are famous for their pop-overs with fresh Maine strawberry jam, so we ordered sandwiches with apple chips and pop-overs. They were good, but nothing especially great. Pop-overs are hollow pastries that you fill with butter and jam. It made us think of the fresh rolls from Wade's except those are free. After lunch we walked down to ...

      Acadia National Park Travel Review

      A travel blog entry by tah101fall2013 on Dec 11, 2013

      5 comments, 3 photos

      ... of the sea against the rocky shores of Maine. On calm days you may wonder what the fuss is all about. But wait until the waves kick up a few notches. Thunder Hole is a small inlet, naturally carved out of the rocks, where the waves roll into. At the end of the inlet, down low, is a small cavern where, when the rush of the wave arrives, air and water is forced out like a clap of distant thunder. Water may spout as high as 40 feet with ...

      The lobster story

      A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Sep 13, 2013

      14 photos

      ... National Park (47,000 acres). 10,000 island population that swells to 2.5 million with visitors to the famous park. In 1947 a fire devastated the park and also burnt many large houses in the township (1/3 of the island burnt) and many of these were not rebuilt, being replaced with accommodation units. It is very evident in the park where they managed to ...

      The Other Side of the Island

      A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jul 18, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      We started today by driving back to the top of Cadillac Mountain to see if the view was better without dusk, fog and wind. It was, the sun was shining bright and their were only gentle breezes. The view was great although still a little hazy (they say it is from pollution from the states south of them).

      After a short time at the top of the mountain we went to explore the other side of the island. We went through the town of Somesville which was the first ...