Acadia Village Resort (II)
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Acadia Village Resort (II) Ellsworth
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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 ...
... our hotel and it was under some renovation. We would be staying here 2 nights so we had time to figure out where everything was we wanted to see. After a hectic few days we decided to grab a bite to eat from the Hard Rock café, When we left we passed a homeless shelter which was right next to our hotel, a guy who was tucked up in a sleeping bag started laughing hysterically as we walked past, not sure what all that was about but he seemed happy enough, even though it was ...
... is definitely at the end of her tenure but obviously enjoys regaling with tales of her years at the house. Her staff are all women and I think they really do all the work and look after her. Quick shower and out to the cinema with other guest of the inn. Great little two screen cinema serving fresh pizza and beer - you order your pizza and when your number pops up on the bingo sign by the screen you ...
... 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.
... I mean! Though, one day, a volunteer (friend of the family) found out we hadn’t tried Maine’s lobster yet and promptly walked off site to buy us lobster rolls! Yep, I tried seafood! Not bad, but not my favorite either.
Wednesday the 4th, as the Cosmo Club was hosting a club meeting and we needed to exit the building over supper, one alum that I had gotten in contact with invited us over for a delicious dinner. She had been in NCCC with class 16 at ...