Acadia Village Resort (II)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 1500 feet above sea level, it's the highest point along the Northeast Coast. It was so cloudy, rainy and windy when we reached the summit, we couldn't see a thing! We did take a couple pictures, which we'll send later. We did have better luck going along the coastline and we'll send pictures of that later. Acadia was the first National Park east of the ...
... for the afternoon low tide so that we could walk on the sand bar out to Bar Island and explore the tidal pools. After that we had an early dinner at Gaylns a local restaurant where Christa and I got the small lobster special for $16 (what a deal) After dinner we headed down to Thunder Hole to try to catch it at high tide. We had a bit of time to kill so we decided to check out The BeeHive trail. We hiked up a bit then some guys came down and ...
... singer who performed at Sips for the evening.
Hotels were already full for the long weekend and so we had to go back to Ellsworth to find a motel. We found out it was Thanksgiving weekend for Canadian's and a 3 day weekend for American's, plus it was the opening weekend of "LEAF PEEPING", so all the motels were nearly sold out. Loved the name they have for coming to look at the fall color - which is starting to look beautiful out in the park.
... we climbed down onto the rocks and gave it a shot anyways.
We also made a stop at the natural seawall which is basically a pebble beach that separates a lake from the ocean with the road running right over the top of it. The girls wanted to have a fire, but unfortunately for us I picked up some wet firewood that wouldn’t burn too well so that was a bit of a disaster. I spent 2 hours trying to make that work and we ended up just roasting ...
... for dinner. We chose the Finback Alehouse in the center of town. Pat had scallops which she loved while Sarah went for a Hawaii 5-0 burger, which in addition to the ground sirloin, had a slice of grilled pineapple, some thinly sliced Black Forrest ham and a mango BBQ sauce. She loved it and it stuck to her new mantra honoring George Bush which she calls, “The no pineapple left behind act”. Actually, this ...