Belle Isle Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Fun full day of touring today. Chip and I and the girls had been here before. Went on a tour/bus ride around the loop road around the national park and then had a lovely lunch at an old historic inn. We had a traditional lobster feast and I funnily had to shower everyone at the table how to pull apart a lobster! Then we had a wonderful blueberry pie! Then up Mt. Cadillac where we had taken the girls photo a few ...
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We woke up to a beautiful day in Bar Harbor, ready to watch the Fourth of July Parade at 10 and then fireworks that evening. Though the forecast predicted rain, the sun was holding its ground.
We found an awesome looking little cafe, Two Cats (http://www.yelp.com/biz/2-cats-bar-har bor) that came with strong recommendations from a Yelp friend of ours and set off in search of some grub before the ...
... laid traps (it’s a rough life for the lobsters out here!). The local economy thrives on its lobster, it is everywhere. Driving around you see garages full of traps and buoys and the bays are packed with boats coming in with their catches of the day. Naturally, we found ourselves a nice spot for dinner on a bay near our campsite called The Upper Deck. Their "Lobstah Dinnahs" came from the boats that fish right below the restaurant. I have never ordered lobster by the ...
... Lincolnville Beach I believe but it wasn't opening till tomorrow. Onward, Belfast called us to stop for lunch and we found a pub on the harbor. Free pool on Wednesday so we played three games and had a tasty lunch- not the lobster roll Denis wanted but tasty and the service was good.
We crossed an amazing bridge over Penobscot Narrows if memory serves me. If it had been May ...
... and walk off that enormous cone and soon found ourselves down by the beach. When the tide goes out in the morning, a natural sandbar appears between Bar Harbor and Bar Island, so along with several others on this warm and sunny day, Laetisha and I wandered across the sandbar and back again. It was surprising to note just how much the tide had come back in on our return trip, and even more about thirty minutes later when we sailed passed on our tender back to the ...