BEST WESTERN Freeport Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Driving to maine we decided to open a Disco tech bar with Mashups of modern day pop re-mixed disco. Tvs, led disco ball, and roller skates. Le Disco Tech was born. Visited USM so basil could really re-live his days working the mailroom, and his daily meetups on the smokers bench. And they have Creamsicle colored fire hydrants. Found a little spot to get brunch, The Front room- amazing corned beef ...
It's been a busy couple of days. The Giants lost, twice, Addie rescued a baby seal and we covered three states in four hours. Whew.
But let's backtrack a bit. The morning after the big nor'easter it was still raining, but I could see the edge of the storm when I took Addie out for a walk. It was still windy enough that she didn't even want to go to the beach, so we went back to the cottage for a second cup of coffee and ...
After driving the Cabot Trail in CBI and overnite in Louisbourg we headed to Halifax for 4 nites. We stayed 2 nites at a KOA (boo! ) campground in Upper Sackville and 2 nites parked in Kens cousins driveway in Enfield, NS. The weather was the pits, cold and windy with lots of rain and fog. While in Halifax we drove to see Lunenburg which was really nice despite the weather. We saw ...
... preserved area with a loop road that we drove around and along the way we stopped for different views and wandered down walking trails. The scenery varied from the mountain top bedrock and ground cover, to tall firs, deciduous foliage, rugged coastline, running streams and sandy beaches. We even stopped by a lake with beaver homes built in it. Though we didn’t see a beaver, we did get fairly close to a red squirrel as he chowed ...
We said farewell to Boston this morning. We picked up our hire car and nervously set off. Andrew, the professionally trained driver, nominated me to start off the driving on the RHS of the road. I was very glad it was a Sunday and the roads were relatively quiet. It was however still a bit of a drama getting onto the 'interstate' (freeway) that was to take us north through New Hampshire and into Maine.
Once on the interstate it was easy enough ...