BEST WESTERN PLUS Brunswick Bath
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... and we just went from there. Small. Plates. Tasty. Yummy.
The following day meant we had to come to terms with our shopping decisions as we all struggled to stuff our suitcases. We had time to visit the Old Port once again and have a last meal at Eventide, where we once again enjoyed fresh oysters and that most fabulous lobster roll on a steamed bun with browned butter.
There couldn't be a better way to end this visit!
It was time to hit the road and, with many destinations with a couple of hours driving, we decided to make two separate day trips of our visits to Bath and Brunswick and then to Augusta, the state capitol, and Freeport, the shopping mecca of Maine.
Brunswick and Bath are more like suburbs of Portland, just 30 miles up the coast. However, with winding roads and a desire to meander rather than travel the highways, it took us an hour to reach Bath. Marette and ...
... but not quiet. And we left wanting more and so we had a second lunch lobster roll at a cozy lobster shack on a pier near Ogunquit. And it was really good, too. We wanted more, but they would have to wait for another day.
After second lunch, we visited the Ogunquit Museum of Art where we enjoyed a private tour and saw works by American artists including Winslow Homer and (new to me) DeWitt ...
... James Beard-recognized chefs creating their specialties in Portland and further up the coast.
Of course, we all wanted to try it all: the lobster rolls, the fresh oysters from nearby bays that we couldn't pronounce, the wild blueberries, the duck fat fried French fries, the whoopie pies, and the local craft beers (Pumpkinhead anyone?).
We arrived in the evening, in time to enjoy creamy clam chowder and ...
Departing Boston for Portland, we had planned to visit Rockport on the way (on the advice of my cousin) but given the time we had to head straight to Portland. It is a shame because by all accounts, Rockport is a cool place to visit.
As usual, Nay had been researching and found an eatery in Portland with amazing reviews - Hot Suppa. A really cute little place that was offering $1 oysters between ...