Bar Harbor Cottages and Suites
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... about everyone else on the island. There were at least 5 cars in front of us and, when we arrived to the top, the peak was crawling with sleepy people all sipping coffee in thermoses. Mark and I had been told that sunrise is one of the things you must experience while in Maine, as Cadillac Mountain is the first place light touches in the United States, but we didn't realize it would still drag out a crowd once tourist season was over. We found a place among ...
... I was supposed to fuel up my tank first and pay second. About the time I reached the car, Mark came slinking back with his eyes wide. "Oh my gosh, they don't speak any english in there!" (I am remembering him saying this with the heaviest southern accent imaginable). We had a good laugh, settled up at the cashier and were back on the road wishing more of my elementary French had stuck. WIth no more translational encounters, we crossed the U.S. border with ease and ...
... in our windshield: a $75 parking ticket. Seriously!?!? The trailhead at the base of the mountain was packed and quite a few cars were parked along the side of the road so we did the same, apparently a ticket trap for the park rangers as there is really nowhere else to park once the 50 feet of “reserved” parking area was full. Our feelings of accomplishment dwindled quickly but we tried to brush it off.
No showers in Acadia so we found a local spot ...
... brightly however, with our hostess Jayne plying us with fruit cocktail, tomato and basil quiche and home-baked peach and bran muffins for breakfast. As you would expect from an ex-UK pat, there is also real Twinings English Breakfast teabags. Best cuppa I’ve had all holiday… Weather looks like it could be sunny, could be cold. I err on the positive side and wear shorts. I look horribly out of place in the ...
... I-95 crosses through. There is a $2 toll, a few exits and then you are in Maine.