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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... but after looking at the map I've lost my desire to go that far out of the way. I think I'm beginning to get a bit travel weary. In a couple of days we'll be heading west. We still have a lot to see and many adventures ahead, but there is something inside that wants to get back home. Agh! I just got one of those pesky Mosquitos. I'm going back inside. Until tomorrow, ...
... under trees to shelter from the deluge. Still no signs of it brightening up, so we stop for a coffee/hot chocolate at the Trailhead Café and discuss our options. Yes, we could still get a bike but we both know what will happen. We will cycle for approximately ten minutes before I start complaining that I am cold and miserable. Our other option for today was a boat cruise. We could do this but we both know what will happen. We will sail ...
... How disappointing. It was a wonderful boat ride, the captain and his assistant were fabulous hosts, and it was great to be on the water on a day when the cruise ships had unloaded fifty gazillion people into the tiny town of Bar Harbor, spoiling and kind of enjoyable sightseeing on shore. But I really missed seeing my whale. Can't check that one off the bucket list, and least not this trip! But you can't win them all, and I'm not going to let it spoil my trip!
... Boston. We dropped off 8 people at the Logan airport and the final six of our group were taken back to the hotel Omni Parker House in central Boston where it had all begun. So it was a series of goodbyes over several days, which was good in a way because you weren't trying to say goodbye to everyone at once, and not doing it properly. The heat of Boston hit like the proverbial fan forced oven as I stepped off of the bus for the final time...it hadn't improved since I ...
... and do a little exploring - knowing we wanted to come back here again sometime in the future.
We drove first to the Bangor area, where our mail was waiting for us at the Holden Family Campground in Holden. A very nice park, with a nice owner - it would be a nice place to stay on our next trip, even though it's about an hour from Acadia National Park. As we were leaving there, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed