Bayviews B&B

6 Monument St., Lubec, Maine, 04652, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lubec

Add an hour!

A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

Today we drove back through Calais, Me. and across the border into New Brunswick in Canada. We added yet another hour to our time zones, making it a four hour difference from home. We worried that they wouldn't let the dogs into Canada, but we had no problems at all.
Our first stop was to the Ganong Chocolatier. in St. Stephens. The entire city is part of a chocolate factory and museum. We stayed just long enough to ...

Our furthest U.S. point from home

A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 01, 2014

7 photos

We left Bangor today and once again just drove to see what we could find. We drove through Calais, Maine, which will be our furthest point from home here in the U.S. It's another quaint little town with great people.
We saw a tiny little sign with an arrow saying camping to the right and took the turn. About a mile and a half down, the road turned to a narrow gravel road. ...

Dickson Falls, Mathews Head Trail, Hopewell Rocks

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jul 21, 2014

10 photos

... this is the most popular trail in the National Park. Then the next trail we took was the Mathews Head, a 4.5km loop. This was a nice trail that followed the coast. After our hike we decided to make our way out of the park and down the coast to Hopewell Cape to see the Hopewell Rocks. The were very impressive and worth the $9 per person entrance fee. We walked the 1.2km easy trail to ?? where we walked down the stairs ...

Eastern Most Point in the USA

A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Jul 13, 2014

24 photos

Drove across Maine, past and through many small towns and around Bangor. Again, everything seems tired, old and worn and it made me feel guilty for appreciating my homes and well kept towns. Junk is everywhere in almost every rundown home we pass. Buildings are crumbling and falling, everything discarded and rusty. Maybe it is difficult to keep the exteriors nice looking with the harsh winters and sea salt air. ...

Back in the USSA. Day 882.

A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 08, 2013

21 photos

We had been told about the 'reversing falls' in this area but didn't think we'd be able to find them. So it was by pure fortuitous chance that we stumbled across them when we were leaving town.
The tide wasn't quite right but you could see them working. Wasn't hugely impressive but would be good to see them in full working order.
The 'scenic coastal' route we had been riding hadn't been that great so we just got on the TCH and ...