Bath Shipyard Inn
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... li>Drove around the sea shore seeing some incredible beautiful homes
... hummus, carrots, etc etc etc. We set up a table and make sandwiches. We're all given little jobs to take care of. Seems this will be the plan for most of our lunches, which is fine as there is plenty of choice and it's pretty good. It's such a beautiful day... and so far, so good ...
Drove 173 miles in 3.5 hours.
Our Super 8 hotel was definitely one of the less salubrious of the trip so far. We only had one night here so headed into the downtown area. We were pleasantly surprised by this seaside town, with a metro area containing about half a million people it had just enough hustle to be interesting.
Unfortunately it poured with rain as we exited the car but we were still able to cruise down to ...
... we pulled into "Traveling Lobsters" and had lobsters cooked to order and brought them home for yet another feast. Can anyone have too much lobster? We pulled out this morning and are now in Freeport, Maine for one night. Plans are to catch dinner out and then wander throughout the massive LL Bean complex here-which is open 24 hours a day. Will leave for NYC in the morning-with a one night stop somewhere in Conneticutt. Life is ...
... the bay and our ship and past the historic, wealthy Victorian homes that replaced those that were burnt down. Portland was once the home of the famous 19th century poet Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow. The tour passed the house where he once lived. We then drove to Fort Williams, a former military outpost, now home to Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine – faithfully ...